Sunraysia-Riverlands Rugby League

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Sunraysia-Riverlands Rugby League
Sport Rugby league
Instituted 1991
Ceased 1995
Replaced by 2011
Chief executive Martin O'Rouke
Number of teams 8
Country Sunraysia, Victoria, Australia
Holders Robinvale Storms
Most titles Robinvale Storms (2 titles)
Related competition Victoria Rugby League

The Sunraysia-Riverlands Rugby League is a rugby league football competition in New South Wales, Australia which was run under the auspices of the Country Rugby League & Victoria Rugby League. The group was formed in 1991 but was soon disbanded after just 4 seasons and was completely defunct after the 1995 season. This rugby league group covered an area in the far south west corner of the state, along with parts of Victoria. In 1997 Sunraysia entered a combined team in the Group 12 competition.[1] In 2011 the competition reformed and in 2012 the competition has five clubs. Sunraysia Riverlands Rugby League have been replaced by Sunraysia Rugby League, SRL has 5 rugby teams Mildura Tigers, Mildura Warriors, Chaffey Titians, Sunraysia Rabbitohs and Robinvale Storms

Known Teams[2] Championships Existence
Buronga 1 1991-?
Dareton Dragons 0  ?-1995
Euston Robinvale Sea Eagles 3  ?-1995
Mildura City 1 1991–1995
Murray Darling Eels 0 1991–1995
Wentworth 0  ?-1995

Clubs[edit]

Colours Club Suburb Ground
Penrith colours.svg Buronga Darling Buronga
Illawarra colours.svg Chaffey Titans Mildura Chaffery Secondary College, Mildura
Saintscolours.svg Dareton Dragons Dareton
Wests Tigers colours.svg Mildura City Tigers Mildura Nichols Point Reserve, Nichols Point
Western Suburbs colours.svg Mildura Warriors Mildura Nichols Point Reserve, Nichols Point
Parramatta colours.svg Murray Darling Eels Mildura
Gthundercolours.svg Robinvale Storms Robinvale Robinvale Sports Ground
South Sydney colours.svg Sunraysia Rabbitohs Robinvale McLeod Oval

Champions[edit]

This is a list of the Sunraysia-Riverlands Rugby League 1st Grade competition champions and the runners-up for each of the 5 Seasons the competition existed. There was also other competitions which existed below the 1st Grade competition such as the Reserve Grade competition which operated a feeder-league to the 1st Grade competition.


Season Premiers Score Runners-Up
1991 Newtown colours.svg Buronga Gthundercolours.svg Euston Robinvale
1992 Gthundercolours.svg Euston Robinvale
1993 Gthundercolours.svg Euston Robinvale 52–20 Parramatta colours.svg Murray Darling Eels
1994 Gthundercolours.svg Euston Robinvale 36–12 Parramatta colours.svg Murray Darling Eels
1995 Wests Tigers colours.svg Mildura City Tigers 30–22 Parramatta colours.svg Murray Darling Eels
2012[3] Illawarra colours.svg Chaffey Titans 34–26 South Sydney colours.svg Sunraysia Rabbitohs
2013[4] Illawarra colours.svg Chaffey Titans 22–20 Wests Tigers colours.svg Mildura City Tigers
2014[5] Gthundercolours.svg Robinvale Storm 20–6 New Zealand colours.svg Mildura Warriors
2015[6] Gthundercolours.svg Robinvale Storm 22–16 Illawarra colours.svg Chaffey Titans
2016 [7] Gthundercolours.svg Robinvale Storm 28-20 Wests Tigers colours.svg Mildura Tigers

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sunraysia-Riverlands Overview
  2. ^ 1994 Sunraysia-Riverlands Season
  3. ^ Shipsides, Clancy (23 May 2012). "Titans were too strong deaft Rabbitohs 34-26 in Suraysia Rugby League". Sunraysua Daily. Retrieved 25 June 2016. 
  4. ^ http://www.foxsportspulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?client=0-7353-0-0-0&sID=178416&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=25314475
  5. ^ Mathieson, Andrew (1 September 2014). "Storm make History". Sunraysua Daily. Retrieved 25 June 2016. 
  6. ^ DiFabrizio, Michael (25 August 2015). "Purple Reign as Storm Seal back to back titles". Sunraysia Daily. Retrieved 25 June 2016. 
  7. ^ DiFabrizio, Michael (15 August 2016). "Robinvale Storm breaks Mildura Tigers". Sunraysia Daily. Retrieved 25 March 2017. 

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