Queensland Rugby League Central Division

The Central Division of the Queensland Rugby League is responsible for the promotion, administration and facilitation of rugby league throughout most of regional Queensland. Regional areas include the Darling Downs, Wide Bay–Burnett, the South West, the Central West, and Fitzroy & Mackay.

Central Rugby League
Current season or competition:
47th Battalion Shield
SportRugby league
Formerly known asCentral Rugby League
South West Rugby League
Wide Bay Rugby League
Instituted2010
Country Australia
Queensland
Related competitionNorthern Division
South-East Division

The Division was formed in 2010 as part of an amalgamation between the then Central, South West and Wide Bay divisions. Shortly after the amalgamation three Regions of Central Rugby League were established. The Division's three Region's are the Capricorn Region responsible for the former Central Division, the South West Region responsible for the former South West Division, and the Wide Bay Region responsible for the former Wide Bay Division.

47th Battalion ShieldEdit

Like the Northern Division's "Foley Shield" or the South-East Division's "Bulimba Cup" the "47th Battalion Shield" is run as a regional Carnival and none of the teams are club teams, with the only exception being some of the Women's teams. Its traditionally held over one weekend and normally at one venue with multiple grounds to play on.

Carnival Compertition Rules
Period of Play:

  • Each match will be played in 2 × 25 minute halves with NO time off for injuries.
  • The referee may signal time off in the last 10 minutes of the 2nd half at his or her discretion.
  • A half-time break of 10 minutes will be allowed for all matches.

Players:

  • All competing squads will comprise a maximum of 25 people, including no more than 20 players.
  • All 20 players may play in any match on an unlimited interchange basis.
  • To be eligible to play at the Carnival, a player must have played in at least 1 Local League fixture match in the current season.
  • Any player whose name has appeared on the Match Report sheet for more than three (3) Queensland Cup matches in the current season is ineligible to play at the Carnival.
  • Each team must complete a Match Report sheet for each match it participates in.
  • A player must play in the same jersey number as the program in every match irrespective of position played. (replacement players take the jersey number in the program of the person they replaced).
  • An interchange player must report to a Touch Judge and must not enter the field of play until such time as the player he is interchanging has left the field.

Competition Points:

  • Points will be awarded for each match as follows
  • Win = 3 points
  • Draw = 1½ points
  • Loss = 0 points
  • Most points scored 1st half = 1 point
  • Most points scored 2nd half = 1 point
  • If a match is cancelled, each team will be awarded 2½ points.

If teams are tied on points at the conclusion of all matches, their final standings will be determined as follows:

  • (i) Most wins, then (if equal)
  • (ii) Points For and Against, then (if equal)
  • (iii) Most tries scored, then (if equal)
  • (iv) Least penalties incurred

General:

  • All matches will be played in accordance with the International Laws of the Game, the ARL On-Field Policy, and any other such Rules as might apply.
  • Player misconduct during the course of the Carnival will be dealt with forthwith by a Judiciary Tribunal comprising 3 independent persons. QRL Rules 33-64 apply except that the time limitations stated in Rules 44 and 45 shall be suspended.[1]

Capricorn RegionEdit

The Capricorn Region of the Queensland Rugby League Central Division is responsible for administering the game of rugby league in the Central area of Queensland under the QRL. Formally known as the Central Division until 2010 when it was amalgamated with the South West & Wide Bay divisions to form the current Central Division.

The Region's boundaries take in Miriam Vale and Gladstone to the south, out to Winton in the west and north to Moranbah. There are 3150 players in this region, playing for 25 senior clubs and 32 junior clubs. The Division has four senior Local Leagues. Additionally, Central Region club, Moura, played in the Central Burnett competition until recently becoming defunct. Another Club, Tambo, plays in the Western League competition in the South West Region.

Central Division Team of the Century (1908-2008)
First team squad Coaching staff

Head coach

  • Not named



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


Notice: The names listed in the brackets above represent the league the player was from and not the club(s) the player was from. No Coach or Captain was named. Had to play at senior level (excludes Central Division Juniors such as Jason Hetherington who left before senior level).

Rockhampton competitionsEdit

Rockhampton Senior Local Rugby League (2018)
Previously known as "Rockhampton District Rugby League"
Club Established City / Town Home ground(s) A Grade Reserve Grade Under 20s Inter City Womens
  Brothers Rockhampton 1918 Rockhampton Victoria Park        
  Biloela Panthers 1954 Biloela "Biloela"        
  Calliope Roosters 1960 Calliope Liz Cunningham Park        
  Emu Park Emus 2015 Emu Park Bicentennial Park        
  Fitzroy Gracemere Sharks 2004 Rockhampton
& Gracemere
Saleyards Park
& Cedric Archer Park
       
  Norths Chargers 1921 Rockhampton Browne Park        
  Past Brothers Gladstone 1930 Gladstone Marley Brown Oval        
  Tannum Sands Seagulls 1994 Boyne Island Dennis Park        
  Valleys Gladstone Diehards 1919 Gladstone Valleys Grounds        
  Wallabys 1923 Gladstone Albion Park        
  Woorabinda Warriors ? Woorabinda "Woorabinda"        
  Yeppoon Seagulls 1968 Yeppoon Webb Park        
Rockhampton Senior Local Rugby League Premierships

A-Grade (Established: 1918)

  • 1992: Norths Chargers
  • 1993: Norths Chargers
  • 1994: Norths Chargers
  • 1995: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 1996: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 1997: Yeppoon Seagulls
  • 1998: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 1999: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2000: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2001: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2002: Yeppoon Seagulls
  • 2003: Norths Chargers
  • 2004: Norths Chargers
  • 2005: Norths Chargers
  • 2006: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2007: Norths Chargers
  • 2008: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2009: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2010: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2011: Yeppoon Seagulls
  • 2012: Fitzroy-Gracemere Sharks
  • 2013: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2014: Yeppoon Seagulls
  • 2015: Yeppoon Seagulls
  • 2016: Norths Chargers
  • 2017: Brothers Rockhampton
  • 2018: Brothers Rockhampton

Womens (Established: 2016)

  • 2016: Wallabys (1)
  • 2017: Emu Park Emus (1)
  • 2018: Tannum Sands (1)
Rockhampton & District Junior Rugby League (2018)
Club Established City / Town Home ground(s) Boys U18's Boys U16's Boys U15's Boys U14's Boys U13's Girls U17's Girls U14's
  Brothers Rockhampton 1918 Rockhampton Victoria Park        
2
     
  Capricorn Coast Brothers 2007 Pacific Heights St Benedicts    
^
         
  Emu Park Emus 2015 Emu Park Bicentennial Park              
  Fitzroy Sharks ? Rockhampton Saleyards Park              
  Gladstone Raiders ? Gladstone Marley Brown Oval              
  Gracemere Lions ? Gracemere Cedric Archer Park              
  North Rockhampton Knights 1921 Rockhampton Jimmy Grounds  
2
           
  Rockhampton Tigers ? Rockhampton Elizabeth Park            
^
 
^
  Woorabinda Warriors ? Woorabinda "Woorabinda"              
  Yeppoon Seagulls 1968 Yeppoon Webb Park              

Gladstone competitionsEdit

The Gladstone District Rugby League (GDRL) is a rugby league competition which currently dormant. Its most recent season of competition was 2017 for Inter City Womens, 2016 for Reserve Grade, and 2015 for A-Grade & Under 20s. Today the Rockhampton Senior Local Rugby League incorporates many of the former GDRL clubs before their final season, with A-Grade & Under 20s since 2016, Reserve Grade since 2017, and Inter City Womens since 2018.

Gladstone District Rugby League
(1918-1921; 1923-1941; 1944-1960; 1966-2016) / Previously known as "Port Curtis Rugby League" (1918-1952)
Club[2] Established City / Town Home ground(s) Seasons
  Biloela Panthers 1954 Biloela "Biloela" 1954-1961; 2006-2012
  Boyne Valley Bluebells 1933 Boyne Valley "Boyne Valley" 1933; 1935-1936; 1960; ^
  Calliope Roosters 1960 Calliope Liz Cunningham Park 1960-1961; ^; 1991-1992; 2013-2016
(?) Calliope-Boyne Valley United 1980 Calliope
Boyne Valley
Liz Cunningham Park
"Boyne Valley"
1980-1982; ^
(?) Colts 1939 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1939-1940
(?) Country 1929 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1929
  Dawson Valley 2016 Moura "Moura" 2016
  Gladstone Rebels 2016 Gladstone Marley Brown Oval 2016
(?) Meatworks 1919 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1919-1922
  Miriam Vale Magpies 1966 Miriam Vale Gary Larson Oval 1966-1968
(?) Natives 1918 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1918-1926
  Past Brothers Gladstone 1930 Gladstone Briffney Creek Fields 1930-1932; 1968-2015
  QASC Red Devils ^ 1966 Gladstone Yaralla Sports Club 1966; 1978-1979; ^; 1992
  QASC/CBVU Red Devils ^ 1983 Gladstone
Calliope
Boyne Valley
Yaralla Sports Club
Liz Cunningham Park
"Boyne Valley"
1983-1991; ^
(?) Railway 1918 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1918; 1927-1928; 1944-1948; 1951-1952
  Tannum Sands Seagulls 1994 Boyne Island Dennis Park 1994-2015
  Valleys Diehards 1919 Gladstone Valleys Grounds 1919-1941; 1944-1961; 1966-2008; ^; 2010-2015
  Wallabys 1923 Gladstone Albion Park 1923-1941; 1944-1951; 1954-1961; 1966-1983; 1993-2008; ^; 2010-2016
(?) Wallabys-Valleys 2009 Gladstone Albion Park
Valleys Grounds
2009; ^
(?) Wanderers 1918 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1918
(?) Waratahs 1937 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1937-1941
  Wests Seagulls 1949 Gladstone "Gladstone" 1949-1960; 1969-1983; 1985-1990
Gladstone District Rugby League Premierships

A-Grade (Established: 1918)

  • 1918: Railways (1)
  • 1919: Meatworks (1)
  • 1920: Natives (1)
  • 1921: Valleys Gladstone Diehards (1)
  • 1922: abandoned
  • 1923: Wallabys (1)
  • 1924: Natives (2)
  • 1925: ?
  • 1926: ?
  • 1927: ?
  • 1928: ?
  • 1929: Wallabys (?)
  • 1930: ?
  • 1931: ?
  • 1932: ?
  • 1933: ?
  • 1934: ?
  • 1935: ?
  • 1936: ?
  • 1937: ?
  • 1938: Waratahs (1)
  • 1939: Colts (1)
  • 1940: Wallabys (?)
  • 1941: Wallabys (?)
  • 1942: Break - WWII
  • 1943: Break - WWII
  • 1944: Wallabys (?)
  • 1945: Wallabys (?)
  • 1946: Wallabys (?)
  • 1947: Wallabys (?)
  • 1948: Wallabys (?)
  • 1949: Wallabys (?)
  • 1950: ?
  • 1951: Wests Seagulls (1)
  • 1952: ?
  • 1953: ?
  • 1954: ?
  • 1955: ?
  • 1956: ?
  • 1957: ?
  • 1958: Biloela (1)
  • 1959: ?
  • 1960: Biloela (2)
  • 1961: abandoned
  • 1962: abandoned
  • 1963: abandoned
  • 1964: abandoned
  • 1965: abandoned
  • 1966: ?
  • 1967: Miriam Vale (1)
  • 1968: ?
  • 1969: ?
  • 1970: ?
  • 1971: Past Brothers Gladstone (1)
  • 1972: ?
  • 1973: ?
  • 1974: ?
  • 1975: ?
  • 1976: ?
  • 1977: ?
  • 1978: ?
  • 1979: ?
  • 1980: ?
  • 1980: QASC Red Devils (1)
  • 1981: ?
  • 1982: QASC Red Devils (2)
  • 1983: Wests Seagulls (6)
  • 1984: ?
  • 1985: ?
  • 1986: ?
  • 1987: QASC Red Devils (3)
  • 1988: ?
  • 1989: Past Brothers Gladstone (8)
  • 1990: Past Brothers Gladstone (9)
  • 1991: No A-Grade competition^
  • 1992: No A-Grade competition^
  • 1992: Valleys Gladstone Diehards (14)
  • 1993: Valleys Gladstone Diehards (15)
  • 1994: Past Brothers Gladstone (10)
  • 1995: Tannum Sands (1)
  • 1996: Tannum Sands (2)
  • 1997: Tannum Sands (3)
  • 1998: Tannum Sands (4)
  • 1999: Wallabys (25)
  • 2000: Valleys Galdstone Diehards (16)
  • 2001: Past Brothers Gladstone (11)
  • 2002: Wallabys (26)
  • 2003: Past Brothers Gladstone (12)
  • 2004: Wallabys (27)
  • 2005: Wallabys (28)
  • 2006: Wallabys (29)
  • 2007: Past Brothers Gladstone (13)
  • 2008: Tannum Sands (5)
  • 2009: Wallabys-Valleys (1)
  • 2010: Past Brothers Gladstone (14)
  • 2011: Past Brothers Gladstone (15)
  • 2012: Wallabys (30)
  • 2013: Valleys Gladstone Diehards (?)
  • 2014: Past Brothers Gladstone (16)
  • 2015: Past Brothers Gladstone (17)
  • 2016: No A-Grade competition^
  • 2017: abandoned^[3]
  • Unknown Premiership Years[4]
    • Past Brothers Gladstone: winners of 13 grand finals between 1971 - 2007.
    • Valleys Gladstone Diehards: winners of 16 grand finals between 1921 - 2000.
    • Wallabys: winners of 29 grand finals between 1923 - 2006.
    • Wests Seagulls: winners of 6 grand finals between 1951 - 1983.

Reserve Grade (Established: ?)

  • 1990: ?
  • 1991: ?^
  • 1992: ?^
  • 1993: ?
  • 1994: ?
  • 1995: ?
  • 1996: ?
  • 1997: ?
  • 1998: ?
  • 1999: ?
  • 2000: ?
  • 2001: ?
  • 2002: ?
  • 2003: ?
  • 2004: ?
  • 2005: ?
  • 2006: ?
  • 2007: ?
  • 2008: ?
  • 2009: ?
  • 2010: ?
  • 2011: ?
  • 2012: ?
  • 2013: ?
  • 2014: ?
  • 2015: ?
  • 2016: Calliope Roosters^
  • 2017: abandoned^[5]

Gladstone District Junior Rugby League

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Biloela Panthers Biloela
  Calliope Roosters Liz Cunningham Park
  Gladstone Past Brothers Briffney Creek Fields
  Gladstone Valleys Diehards Valleys Grounds
  Gladstone Wallabys Albion Park
  Tannum/Boyne Seagulls Dennis Park

To Be UpdatedEdit

Callide-Dawson Junior Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Baralaba Panthers Baralaba
Black and White Duaringa Loggers Duaringa
  Moura Tigers Moura
  Theodore Roosters Theodore
  Woorabinda Warriors Woorabinda

Central Highlands Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Established Home ground(s) No. of A-Grade
Premierships
A-Grade
Premiership Years
  Blackwater Crushers ? Blackwater ? 1983, 1989, 1999, 2005, 2018
  Bluff Rabbitohs 1954 Bluff ? 2015
  Clermont Bears ? Clermont ? 1993, 2006, 2007, 2013, 2014
Dysart Bulls ? Hickey Oval,

Dysart

? 1984
  Emerald Brothers Snr 2019 Mcindoe Park Emerald ? 2004
  Emerald Tigers 1968 Mcindoe Park, Emerald 9 A, 2R 2 W, Mens A Grade 1985,1986,1996,2002,2003,2008,2016

Res 1998, 2003

Ladies 2014, 2016

  Middlemount Panthers ? Norm Blanche Oval,

M'mount

? 2000, 2010, 2017
  Springsure Mountain Men ? Springsure ? ?

Noticeable Defunct Clubs: Alpha Brumbies (2004); Bunyip (1997); Capella Roadrunners (2006); Emerald Cowboys(2018); Gemfields Giants (2009 - Premiership 1997); Peak Downs Pirates (2014 - Premierships: 2009, 2011, 2012), Tieri (Premiership 1995). Emerald won premierships in 1998 & 2001. Emerald Seagulls won a premiership in 1996.


A Grade Premiers Central Highlands Senior RL

2019 Dysart Bulls 55 Def Bluff Rabbitohs

2018 Blackwater Crushers def Bluff Rabbitohs

YEAR TEAM DEFEATED
2017 Middlemount Panthers/Clermont Bears Ladies Bluff Rabbitiohs/Blackwater Crushettes
2016 Emerald Tigers/Emerald Tigers Ladies Middlemount Panthers/Clermont Bears Ladies
2015 Bluff Rabbitohs/Clermont Bears Ladies Clermont Bears/Emerald Tigers Ladies
2014 Clermont Bears/Emerald Tigers Ladies Bluff Rabbitohs/Clermont Bears Ladies
2013 Clermont Bears Emerald Tigers
2012 Peak Downs Pirates Clermont Bears
2011 Peak Downs Pirates Dysart Bulls
2008 Emerald Tigers Peak Downs Pirates
2007 Clermont Bears Emerald Tigers
2003 Emerald Tigers Emerald Cowboys
2002 Emerald Tigers Middlemount Panthers
1998 Emerald Tigers Blackwater Crushers


  • JIM GALLAGHER MEDAL RECIPIENTS

2019 Chris Conway Bluff Rabbitohs

2018 Brodee Barrett Clermont Bears

YEAR NAME TEAM
2017 Ray Ebsworth Springsure Mountain Men
2016 Jared Owens Springsure Mountain Men
2015 Peter McLaughlin Bluff Rabbitohs
2014 Brad Gorman Blackwater Crushers
2013 Nick Deaves Clermont Bears
2012 Todd Williams Emerald Cowboys
2011 Logan Sullivan Dysart Bulls
2010 Ryan Douglas Emerald Tigers
2009 Mitch Wyatte Peak Downs Pirates
2008 Mitch Wyatte Peak Downs Pirates
2007 Clayton Humphreys Clermont Bears
2006 Brendon Finger Clermont Bears
2005 Jason Randell Middlemount Panthers
2004 Steven Henderson Middlemount Panthers
2003 Travis Ness Emerald Tigers
2002 Kurt Sullivan Peak Downs Pirates
2001 Greg Dann Middlemount Panthers
2000 Fabian Colley Middlemount Panthers
1999 Craig Baguley Middlemount Panthers
1998 Terry Benson Dysart Bulls
1997 Tony Caffrey Emerald Cowboys
1996 Steven Bell Emerald Seagulls
1995 Jason Jackson Gemfields Giants
1994 Scott Sewell Emerald Tigers
1993 Phil Jarvis Peak Downs Pirates

2019

2018

2017 Miranda Davidson Blackwater Crushers

2016 Kelsie Parter Emerald Tigers

2015 Elle Waters Clermont Bears

2014 Elle Stitt Clermont Bears

Central Highlands Junior Rugby League

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Blackwater Crushers Blackwater
  Clermont Bears Clermont
  Dysart Bulls Dysart
  Emerald Brothers Cowboys Emerald
  Emerald Tigers Emerald
  Gemfields Giants The Gemfields
  Middlemount Panthers Middlemount
  Peak Downs Pirates Peak Downs
  Springsure Mountain Men Springsure

Noticeable Defunct Clubs: Moranbah Miners (2012).

Central West Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Established Home ground(s) No. of A-Grade
Premierships
A-Grade
Premiership Years
  Barcaldine Sand Goannas ? Barcaldine ? 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009
  Blackall Magpies ? Blackall ? ?
  Ilfracombe Scorpions ? Ilfracombe ? ?
  Longreach Thomson Tigers ? Longreach ? 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2006, 2007
  Winton Diamantina Devils ? Winton ? 2003, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017

Central West Junior Rugby League

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Barcaldine Sand Goannas Barcaldine
  Blackall Magpies Blackall
  Longreach Thomson Tigers Longreach
  Winton Diamantina Devils Winton

South West RegionEdit

The South West Region of the Queensland Rugby League Central Division is responsible for administering the game of rugby league in the Southern area of Queensland under the QRL. Formally known as the South West Division until 2010 when it was amalgamated with the Central & Wide Bay divisions to form the current Central Division.

It is also responsible for the Toowoomba Clydesdales team who use to compete in the Queensland Cup, and the Toowoomba Fillies women's Rugby League team. The representative side, South West Mustangs, currently wear Blue, Gold and White jerseys.

South West Division Team of the Century (1908-2008) [6]
First team squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


Notice: The names listed in the brackets above represent the league the player was from and not the club(s) the player was from. No Captain was named.

Balonne-Barwon Junior Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Dirranbandi
  • Lightning Ridge
  • Mungindi
  • St George

Border Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Goondiwindi
  • Inglewood
  • Killarney
  • Stanthorpe
  • Texas
  • Wallangarra
  • Warwick

Roma District Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Chinchilla Bulldogs
  • Roma Cities Gladiators
  • Miles Devils
  • Mitchell Magpies
  • St George Dragons
  • Wallumbilla-Surat Red Bulls
  • Taroom-Wandoan battlers

Toowoomba Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Brothers
  • Dalby Diehards
  • Gatton
  • Goondiwindi
  • Highfields
  • Oakey
  • Pittsworth
  • Souths
  • Valleys
  • Warwick
  • Wattles

Toowoomba Junior Rugby League

  • All Whites
  • Dalby Devils
  • Gatton
  • Newtown
  • Oakey
  • Pittsworth
  • Southern Suburbs
  • Toowoomba Valleys
  • Highfields & District

Warwick & District Junior Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Border Bears
  • Collegians
  • Eastern Suburbs
  • Goondiwindi
  • Inglewood
  • Millmerran
  • Stanthorpe
  • Wattles

Western Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Augathella
  • Charleville
  • Cunnamulla
  • Quilpie

Western Junior Rugby League

  • Augathella
  • Charleville
  • Cunnamulla
  • Quilpie

Wide Bay RegionEdit

The Wide Bay Region of the Queensland Rugby League Central Division is responsible for administering the game of rugby league in the Wide Bay area of Queensland under the QRL. Formally known as the Wide Bay Division until 2010 when it was amalgamated with the Central & South West divisions to form the current Central Division.

The Wide Bay Bulls had previously represented the division in the 1980s and 1990s in the Winfield State League. At that time they wore Mustard and Dark Brown jerseys. They currently wear Red, Black and White jerseys.

Wide Bay Division Team of the Century (1908-2008) [7]
First team squad Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)


Notice: The names listed in the brackets above represent the league the player was from and not the club(s) the player was from.

Bundaberg Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Established Home ground(s) No. of A-Grade
Premierships
A-Grade
Premiership Years
  Across the Waves Tigers ? Bundaberg ? 2007, 2018
  Bundaberg Brothers ? Bundaberg ? 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2017
  Eastern Suburbs Magpies ? Bundaberg ? 1999, 2001, 2005
  Hervey Bay Seagulls ? Hervey Bay ? 2015
  Isis Devils ? Childers ?
  Western Suburbs Panthers ? Bundaberg ? 1989, 1996, 1997, 2006, 2013

Bundaberg Junior Rugby League

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Across the Waves Tigers Bundaberg
  Agnes Water Marlins Discovery Coast Sports Ground
  Bundaberg Brothers Bundaberg
  Burnett Sea Eagles Burnett Heads
  Childers Devils Childers
  Eastern Suburbs Magpies Bundaberg
  Hervey Bay Seagulls Hervey Bay
  Western Suburbs Panthers Bundaberg
  • Wallaroos won Bundaberg A-Grade premierships in 2003 and 2009.

Central Burnett Rugby LeagueEdit

  • Blackbutt-Yarraman Timbertowners
  • Cherbourg Hornets
  • Eidsvold Eagles
  • Gayndah Gladiators
  • Kingaroy Red Ants
  • Mundubbera Tigers
  • Murgon Mustangs
  • Nanango Stags
  • Theodore Roosters
  • Wondai-Proston Wolves

Fraser Coast Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Established Home ground(s) No. of A-Grade
Premierships
A-Grade
Premiership Years
  Burrum Miners ? Hervey Bay ? 2009
  Maryborough Brothers ? Maryborough ? 2005, 2006, 2007
  Rover Saints ? Maryborough ? ?
  Wallaroos ? Maryborough ? 2002, 2008, 2010, 2011

Fraser Coast Junior Rugby League

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Burrum District Miners Hervey Bay
  Maryborough Brothers Maryborough
  Rover Saints Maryborough
  Wallaroos Maryborough

Northern Districts Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Established Home ground(s) No. of A-Grade
Premierships
A-Grade
Premiership Years
  Agnes Water Marlins 2011 Discovery Coast Sports Ground ? ?
  Avondale Tigers 1920s Avondale ? 2013, 2016, 2017
  Burnett Heads Cutters ? Jack Norgate Oval ? ?
  Gin Gin Hawkes ? Gin Gin ? 2009
  Miriam Vale Magpies 1966 Gary Larson Oval ? 2005, 2008, 2010, 2011
  South Kolan Sharks ? South Kolan ? 2004, 2012, 2014
  • Biggenden won the 2006 and 2007 A-Grade premierships.
  • Miriam Vale and South Kolan contested the 2015 Grand Final

South Burnett Rugby LeagueEdit

Colours Club Established Home ground(s) No. of A-Grade
Premierships
A-Grade
Premiership Years
  Blackbutt-Yarraman Timbertowners ? Blackbutt ? ?
  Cherbourg Hornets ? Cherbourg ? 1983, 1988, 1989, 1997, 2001, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016
  Kingaroy Red Ants ? Kingaroy ? 1999, 2015
  Murgon Mustangs ? Murgon ? 1990, 1991, 2003, 2017
  Nanango Stags ? Nanango ? 1984, 1987, 2000, 2002, 2018
  Wondai-Proston Wolves ? Wondai / Proston ? 1985, 1986, 1995, 1996, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2011, 2014

South Burnett Junior Rugby League

Colours Club Home ground(s)
  Blackbutt-Yarraman Timbertowners Blackbutt
  Cherbourg Hornets Cherbourg
  Kingaroy Red Ants Kingaroy
  Murgon Mustangs Murgon
  Nanango Stags Nanango
  Wondai-Proston Wolves Wondai / Proston

Sunshine Coast-Gympie Rugby LeagueEdit

Sunshine Coast Junior Rugby League

  • Beachmere Pelicans
  • Beerwah & District Bulldogs
  • Bribie Island & District
  • Caboolture Snakes
  • Caloundra Sharks
  • Coolum Beach Colts
  • Gympie Devils
  • Kawana Dolphins
  • Maroochydore Swans
  • Nambour Crushers
  • Noosa District Pirates
  • Palmwoods Western District
  • Stanley Rivers JRLFC

Major VenuesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External links and sourcesEdit