Mount Pritchard Mounties
|Full name||Mt Pritchard Mounties Rugby League Football Club|
|Coach||Peter Marrapodi |
|Competition||NSW Cup |
Ron Massey Cup
Parramatta Junior Rugby League
Jersey Flegg Cup
NSWRL Women's Premiership
The Mount Pritchard Mounties Rugby League Football Club (sponsored by Mounties Group) is an Australian rugby league football club based in Mount Pritchard, New South Wales formed in 1927. They currently play in the NSW Cup, Ron Massey Cup and Sydney Shield. Mounties are the current feeder club side for The Canberra Raiders.
Mounties achieved a rare feet in 2016 by having all 3 grades NSW Cup, Ron Massey Cup and The Sydney Shield finish first in the regular season and win the minor premiership. Not since 1985 has a club had all 3 grades claim the minor premiership in the same year. The last team to do so before this was The St George Dragons. Mounties also finished the season with all 3 grades making the grand final. The Sydney shield side was defeated by East-Campbelltown, The Ron Massey Cup side won against St Mary's Saints and Illawarra Cutters defeated Mounties in the NSW Cup grand final.   
Mounties finished 5th in The Intrust Super Premiership NSW season. On 3 September 2017, Mounties faced off against Illawarra in the elimination final which was a rematch from last years Grand Final. Mounties went on to be defeated by Illawarra 30-26 and were eliminated. On 24 September 2017, The Sydney Shield side made it to the grand final against St Mary's but lost the match 34-20. On 24 October 2017, coach Steve Antonelli announced he was leaving the club after five years in charge to join Canterbury as assistant coach to Dean Pay. On 5 December 2017, Mounties announced that Ryan Carr would be new head coach of The Intrust Super Premiership NSW side for The 2018 season.
Mounties qualified for the 2018 Intrust Super Premiership NSW finals series finishing 6th on the table. Mounties progressed the second week on the final series where they were defeated 34-16 by Newtown ending their season. The Mounties Ron Massey Cup team also made it to the second week of the finals series but were defeated 20-14 by the Concord-Glebe Wolves.
Notable NRL Juniors
- Arthur Summons (1960-64 Western Suburbs Magpies)
- Bob O'Reilly (1967-82 Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers & Eastern Suburbs Roosters)
- Geoff Gerard (1974-89 Parramatta Eels, Manly Sea Eagles & Penrith Panthers)
- Eric Grothe, Sr. (1979-89 Parramatta Eels)
- Steve Ella (1979-88 Parramatta Eels)
- Brad Fittler (1989-04 Penrith Panthers & Sydney Roosters)
- Lenny Beckett (1999-02 Newcastle Knights & Northern Eagles)
- Eric Grothe Jr (1999-10 Parramatta Eels & Sydney Roosters)
- Shane Shackleton (2005-12 Sydney Roosters, Parramatta Eels & Penrith Panthers)
- Tony Williams (2008 Parramatta Eels, Manly Sea Eagles, Canterbury Bulldogs & Cronulla Sutherland Sharks)
- Shannon Boyd (2014- Canberra Raiders)
- Nathan Davis (2016- Parramatta Eels)
- Intrust Super Premiership NSW Minor Premiers:
- 2015, 2016
- Ron Massey Cup Premiership:
- 2015, 2016
- Ron Massey Cup Minor Premiers:
- Sydney Shield Minor Premiers:
- 2016, 2017
- National Rugby League reserves affiliations
- List of rugby league clubs in Australia
- Rugby league in New South Wales
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