Group 11 Rugby League

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Group 11 Rugby League
Group 11 Rugby League logo
Founded 1946
2013 Group 11 Rugby League season
Premiers Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Parkes Spacemen
(defeated Ipswich Colours.svg Dubbo Cyms 30 to 18)
Minor premiers Ipswich Colours.svg Dubbo Cyms
(14 wins, 1 loss)
Wooden spoon Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Cobar
(1 wins, 12 losses, 2 forfeits)

Group 11 is a rugby league competition based around the surrounding areas of Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. The competition is played in three grades, these being Under 18s, Reserve-Grade and First-Grade.

Current Clubs[edit]

Club Nickname Home Ground No. of Premierships Premiership Years
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Cobar Roosters Tom Knight Oval, Cobar 4 1993, 1997, 1998, 2006
Ipswich Colours.svg Dubbo Cyms Caltex park, Dubbo 12 1969, 1971, 1975, 1986, 2001, 2002-03-04, 2007-09, 2011, 2014
New South Wales colours.svg Dubbo Macquarie Raiders No. 1 Oval, Dubbo 10 1959-60-61, 1965, 1978-79, 1985, 2001, 2007, 2012
Western Suburbs colours.svg Forbes Magpies Spooner Park, Forbes 6 1958, 1962, 1970, 1977, 1987, 1998
St. George colours.svg Narromine Jets Cale Oval, Narromine 10 1952-53, 1955-56, 1968, 1974, 1976, 1980, 2000, 2005
Wests Tigers colours.svg Nyngan Tigers Larkin Oval, Nyngan 0 None
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Parkes Spacemen Pioneer Oval, Parkes 10 1954, 1972-73, 1983-84, 1988, 1995-96, 2010, 2013
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Wellington Cowboys Kennard Park, Wellington 7 1946, 1948, 1989-90-91-92, 1994

At a Group 11 AGM on Sunday November 17, 2013 the Group approved an application by the Dubbo Westside RLFC to be re-admitted to the competition as a result of a ballot undertaken by stakeholders that returned a resounding 25-11 vote in favour of Westside thus returning the club to the competition after the club folded in 1999

The Rabbitohs won the Group 11 Premiership twice with back to back title wins in 1981 and 1982 and It is expected the Rabbitohs will play their home games at No.1 Oval after the ground's previous rugby league tenants Dubbo CYMS elected to make the move to Apex Oval.

Coaches announced to lead Westside back into Group XI in 2014 are First Grade Rob Lake, Reserve Grade Darren Toomey and Under 18's Kyle Meyers and Orbe Powell

Group 11 First-Grade Premiers[edit]

  • 1946: Wellington
  • 1947: Canowindra
  • 1948: Wellington
  • 1949: Dubbo
  • 1950: Condobolin
  • 1951: Peak Hill
  • 1952: Narromine
  • 1953: Narromine
  • 1954: Parkes
  • 1955: Narromine
  • 1956: Narromine
  • 1957: Condobolin
  • 1958: Forbes
  • 1959: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 1960: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 1961: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 1962: Forbes
  • 1963: Eugowra
  • 1964: Eugowra
  • 1965: Eugowra
  • 1966: Eugowra
  • 1967: Eugowra
  • 1968: Narromine
  • 1969: Dubbo Cyms
  • 1970: Forbes
  • 1971: Dubbo Cyms
  • 1972: Parkes
  • 1973: Parkes
  • 1974: Narromine
  • 1975: Dubbo Cyms
  • 1976: Narromine
  • 1977: Forbes
  • 1978: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 1979: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 1980: Narromine
  • 1981: Dubbo Westside
  • 1982: Dubbo Westside
  • 1983: Parkes
  • 1984: Parkes
  • 1985: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 1986: Dubbo Cyms
  • 1987: Forbes
  • 1988: Parkes
  • 1989: Gilgandra
  • 1990: Wellington
  • 1991: Wellington
  • 1992: Wellington
  • 1993: Cobar Roosters
  • 1994: Wellington Cowboys
  • 1995: Narromine Jets
  • 1996: Parkes Spacemen
  • 1997: Cobar Roosters
  • 1998: Cobar Roosters
  • 1999: Manildra Rhinos
  • 2000: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 2001: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2002: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2003: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2004: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2005: Narromine Jets
  • 2006: Cobar Roosters
  • 2007: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2008: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 2009: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2010: Parkes Spacemen
  • 2011: Dubbo Cyms
  • 2012: Dubbo Macquarie
  • 2013: Parkes Spacemen

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