Wrigley, and former South Sydney Rabbitohs and St George Dragons fullback Rod Maybon, were the team's top try scorers with 5 each. Download Team App now and search for Camden Rugby League Football Club to enjoy our team app on the go. The team was formed in 1995 for the planned rebel Super League competition. Western Rams Academy Trials Saturday 17 October, Manildra; 18s Grand Finals results Spooner Oval Forbes, 27 September 2020; 18s Grand Finals stream Spooner Oval Forbes 27 September 2020; Maas Group Youth League semi-finals results and grand final schedule; LIVE STREAM: Spooner Oval Sunday 20 September; Maas Group 18s Youth League finals draw [citation needed] The Rams then moved to Hindmarsh Stadium, a rectangular stadium more suited to rugby league and owned by the South Australian Soccer Association. To access all the features of this site you need to Log In or Sign Up. After 8 of the 20 teams in the ARL competition signed with News Limited to play in the proposed Super League competition in 1996 the organization began looking for further teams to make the new competition viable. This website accompanies our Team App smartphone app available from the App Store or Google Play. Venue: Stockland Stadium (Townsville) [2] The first team currently plays in National League 1 (level 3) of the rugby union league structure. The Chicago Area Rugby Football Union (CARFU) is the Local Area Union (LAU) for rugby union teams in the Chicago metropolitan area. If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: Difference between points for and against, Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams, Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled, Dennis Easby (DH Easby) - captain of Redingensians in 1950–51, Easby would go on to become the first ever, This page was last edited on 23 September 2020, at 18:11. Attendance: 17,738 In June 1995 the South Australian Rugby League (SARL), which governs the game of rugby league in South Australia, officially signed with Super League, who subsequently gave it a licence to form a franchise which would allow the SARL to create a Super League team. This would actually turn out to be one of only two home wins for the season (not counting the 3 World Club Championship wins over visiting English teams Salford, Leeds and Oldham). 💥 Get in quick, we are sure to sell out. The emblem of the team was a ram (a male sheep). Rams Rugby Football Club. The club's final ever home game in Round 23 of 1998 saw them go down 36–0 to the North Sydney Bears in front of 7,035 fans, the lowest recorded attendance at Hindmarsh. The Rams also won four away games with their first being in Round 4 against the Auckland Warriors at the Ericsson Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, but their overall record of 6 wins, 11 losses and 1 draw placed them second last on the Super League premiership ladder, one win ahead of North Queensland.[4]. You cannot expect the Rams to have won over South Australians after just two seasons in such an Aussie Rules stronghold, especially given the extraordinary nature of those seasons. However crowd numbers in the first season were the fifth highest of any first-grade club that ye… The team was owned and supported by News Limited. 1 / 4. Of the Rams 13 wins, 7 of them were at home while 5 were away. Early in the 2013 NRL season, the NRL's official free-to-air broadcast partner the Nine Network, began to show their Friday night and Sunday afternoon games live around Australia, including Adelaide, on their digital channel GEM. SARL general manager Bruce Walker has suggested that the NRL itself should take more responsibility for scheduling games in Adelaide. Most of the junior players were drawn from the SARL's lower grade competitions in Adelaide.[4]. To access all the features of this site you need to Log In or Sign Up. [6] The first, and only Super League season, was held in 1997,[4] and the Rams team was part of it. The demise of three clubs from the Super League and ARL (Western Reds and Hunter Mariners (SL), and South Queensland Crushers (ARL)) saw some player re-shuffling (which saw 1997 Queensland representative Kevin Campion sensationally cut from the club after being told he was not in Rod Reddy's plans for the team), and brought New South Wales halfback Noel Goldthorpe, speedy winger Matt Daylight, and New Zealand national rugby league team test veteran back rower Tony Iro to the Adelaide club. Their jerseys remained red and blue until the last game they played in 1998, when they used a mainly yellow jersey to avoid a colour clash with the similar jerseys of the Newcastle Knights (who were the home team). Discipline-Unity-Passion . Local Sport. Rams Rugby; Rams Rugby Club; Reading Rugby Club; Redingensians Rams Rugby Club; Reading; Rugby club; Berkshire; Highest club; NEW - RAMS CLUB SHOP Rams on Facebook InstaRam! Adelaide Rams Formed - 1997 Exited - 1998 1998 - Manufacturer: Nike 1997 - Manufacturer: Nike Background Manufacturers: Nike: 1997-1998 (2 Years) Rugby League Jerseys A photographic history of Rugby League Jerseys Adelaide Rams Rugby League Emblem Bumper Sticker or Fridge Magnet. Rams RFC is also renowned for its Rugby 7s capability and participates in several major international tournaments across Europe from March through to August. Their first title was in 1988, followed by another in 1996 and more recently in 2018. On 13 December 1995, the SARL officially launched the 'Adelaide Rams', the tenth and final team to join the Super League competition (the 9th team was the Newcastle based Hunter Mariners). This meant that three teams would be demised, as part of the rationalisation process aimed at reducing teams to an optimal number. Add to cart . Rams RFC is an English rugby union club based near the village of Sonning on the outskirts of Reading in the county of Berkshire.The first XV play in the third level league of the English rugby union system, National League 1, following their promotion from National League 2 South as champions at the end of the 2018–19 season. [4][21] In 1998, however, the Rams' home attendances diminished, dropping to an average of about 7,500, the fourth lowest of any team in the 20–team competition. The Adelaide Rams were an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Adelaide, South Australia. The NRL had planned to continue a 20–team competition in 1999, with a reduction to 14 teams in 2000. 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The competition would see the Rams play three games at home and three in England.[4][9]. The club went on to win six of their last fourteen games after Lance's arrival, enough to avoid the wooden spoon awarded to the team finishing lowest on the competition ladder. South Australia had two teams competing in the national Australian rules competition, the Australian Football League (AFL): the Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide Power, the latter starting in the AFL in the same year as the Rams first season in Super League while the Crows won their first two AFL premierships in the same two years the Rams played. In 1991, the St. George Dragons (whose primary sponsor since the mid-late 1970s was Adelaide-based winery Penfolds) and Balmain Tigers match attracted 28,884 people, the largest attendance for any rugby league game in South Australia and the largest of the entire minor round of the 1991 NSWRL season (it was in fact the 6th highest attendance for the entire season, beating the attendance of two of the seven Finals series games). [4][8][21], During 1998, the South Australian Cricket Association had ongoing problems with the SARL and the Rams' use of their stadium, Adelaide Oval. Peter Parr, the CEO of the North Queensland Cowboys and former assistant coach for the Rams in 1998, said that if the NRL had stuck with the Adelaide Rams, then rugby league in Adelaide might have flourished, making comparisons with the Melbourne Storm, a team performing successfully on and off the field in the AFL's heartland.[20]. Rugby League returns this weekend as Western Rams and Riverina Bulls, Johns and Daley Cup squads play trials at Spooner Oval, Forbes. In 1998, the Rams played their Round 15 home game against the Illawarra Steelers at the Bennett Oval in Whyalla, in part due to Whyalla's main employer being BHP who were also the Steelers major sponsor. The Rams celebrated the move with a record 52–0 win over the Balmain Tigers.[11]. This website accompanies our Team App smartphone app available from the App Store or Google Play. Appo broke several team records in his 14 games with the Rams. The NSWRL also decided to test the viability of a rugby league team from the South Australian capital, and between 1991 and 1995 programmed five matches to be played in Adelaide at the famous Adelaide Oval. BALANCING the push for their maiden Western Women's Rugby League premiership with ensuring all players get enjoyment - it is something the Panorama Platypi … [17] The 2009 match against North Queensland Cowboys attracted 8,547 people. Their first home match, against fellow new team the Hunter Mariners in Round 3 on 14 March, was also the Rams' first win, and drew their record home attendance of 27,435 to the Adelaide Oval. The Rams lasted two seasons, the first in the Super League competition in 1997 and the second in the first season of the National Rugby League (NRL) in 1998. We offer 5 vs 5 touch rugby leagues at the premier indoor turf location, CIBC Fire Pitch. Welcome to Camden Rugby League Football Club! Former Cronulla Sharks goal kicking utility back Kurt Wrigley was the Rams top point scorer for the season with 81 points from 5 tries, 30 goals and 1 field goal. Western Rams overseeing promoting the proud Rugby League nursery in Western NSW. The Steelers won the game 39–4 in front of 5,153 fans. Whether you are looking to play yourself or trying to find a team for your son or daughter, or just want to kick back and watch some local rugby union, we are the club for you. The main colours of the Adelaide Rams were red and blue, although there was yellow in their emblem to reflect South Australia's traditional sporting colours. Nigel Gaffey (1989-00 Canberra Raiders, Sydney Roosters & Penrith Panthers) Sign in to check out Check out as a guest . The club had appointed St. George Dragons international back rower Rod Reddy to be their inaugural coach, along with two-time NSWRL premiership-winning and former Kangaroo tour Hooker Kerrod Walters from the Brisbane Broncos to be the first captain of the team. MEET THE SPONSOR - MACBETH INSURANCE BROKERS. The fifth team participates in the Thames Valley Invitational Leagues. As rugby league and sport in general, move forward into the 21st Century, the Moorebank Rams Junior Rugby League Club is aware of the ongoing changes needed to continue growth, strive to stay competitive, as well as continue to be attractive to any potential player, sponsor or supporter. [citation needed], In 2010, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs took their home match against the Melbourne Storm to Adelaide in which Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs defeating the Melbourne Storm 20–18 where the game attracted 10,350 people at Adelaide Oval. The Rams highest attendance at Adelaide Oval was 27,435 set in their inaugural home game against the Hunter Mariners. [4] The Rams had a 32.14% win percentage for all of their premiership games, which made them statistically the sixth worst team in first grade rugby league in Australia, out of 33 teams.[24]. Date: 1 March 1997 Barossa Rams Rugby Club. [2], The New South Wales Rugby League premiership (NSWRL) begun in 1908, as a rugby league competition mostly for clubs in the Sydney region of Australia (a team from Newcastle competed in 1908–09), a situation that lasted until 1982. [18] However, at the end of the 2008 NRL season, the league's Centenary year, the Sharks decided to concentrate on their home fans and were allowed out of their contract to play in Adelaide after just one game. The championships have been under 23s … The Adelaide Rams were an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Adelaide, South Australia. [3] As it is next to the A4 travel links are decent, with parking available at the ground and regular bus services going into Reading which is accessible by train. The Rams first home game attendance of 27,435 was the 4th highest attendance of the entire 1997 season, behind only the Grand Final at the ANZ Stadium in Brisbane (58,912), the opening game of the season in Brisbane (42,361) and a Round 6 match at the Dairy Farmers Stadium in Townsville (30,122). 💥 Waiheke Rams Rugby League have you covered for fireworks over the next 4 days (Mon, Tues, Wed & Thurs) 💥 Get all you Boom Brother Fireworks here. The Rams final win came in Round 20 of the 1998 NRL season when they defeated the Auckland Warriors 22–20 at Hindmarsh Stadium in front of 7,445 fans. However crowd numbers in the first season were the fifth highest of any first-grade club that year, but dwindled to sixteenth in the second season. Western Rams coach Cameron Greenhalgh is hopeful the best players in the region will put their hand up for selection after it was confirmed the NSW Rugby League … SLAY the Dragons, tame the Tigers, contain the colts and batter the Bulls - that will be the goal for the Western Rams juniors when … Premiers in 2018, the Rams found the challenge of going back to back in 2019 hard going and eventually missed out on the finals series finishing sixth. However, attendances did not improve after the move, falling below 7,500.[4][8]. Welcome to Camden Rugby League Football Club! 26 talking about this. [9] This name was considered a better alternative to the first choice, the Adelaide Aces (through a proposed sponsorship link with the Adelaide Casino), which Ribot believed was too soft a name and did not work well as a brand for a Super League team. [19], In 2008, several NRL club bosses expressed the view that the NRL should be a "national" competition,[20] since it now had teams from all around Australia rather than just on the eastern seaboard, arguing that such a move would increase the competition's revenue. Adelaide Rams 16 The second team play in Canterbury Division 3, the third team play in Berks/Bucks & Oxon Prem A, and the fourths in Berks/Bucks & Oxon 1. The team was formed in 1995 for the planned rebel Super League competition. [4] By the end of 1995, this was apparent as the ARL had already played two international Test matches involving the Australian Kangaroos in Melbourne, as well as three State of Origin games, with Game 2 of the 1994 State of Origin series attracting a then Australian record rugby league crowd of 87,161 to the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Chicago Area Rugby Football Union. As only one team from Australasia Pool B would go on to the Quarter finals, this meant that the Adelaide Rams did not advance past the group stage of the tournament. As the league's desire was to keep a team in Melbourne it was decided by the NRL to cut the Rams and owners News Limited then told the club they would no longer receive funding and the club was wound up just days after it had held its 1999 season launch. Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was considered an Aussie rules stronghold, and in the SANFL had the oldest Aussie Rules Football league, and indeed the oldest league of any code, in Australia, as well as a viable Rugby Union competition which had been running since 1932. Camden Rams (Camden Rugby League Football Club) Home page - Rugby League team/club based in Elderslie , New South Wales, Australia. Add to Watchlist Unwatch. With little chance of securing a contract with another club just weeks before the start of the 1999 NRL season, the players were then placed in other News Ltd. owned or financed teams including Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne. CARFU is part of the Midwest Rugby Football Union (MRFU), which is also the governing body for the Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin LAU’s. Their biggest win was 52–0 over the Balmain Tigers in 1998 and their biggest losing margin was 42 points, which occurred twice: against the Canberra Raiders in 1997 and the Penrith Panthers in 1998. OUR SPONSORS. We are located on Heathcote Road at Hammondville. Woden Valley Rams Rugby League Club is an Australian rugby league football club based in Woden, Australian Capital Territory formed in 1967. Up until 2018, the club was previously known as Redingensians and then Redingensians Rams before being renamed simply as Rams for the 2018–19 season onwards.[1]. North Queensland Cowboys 24 def. The Rams were not a successful club, winning only 13 out of 42 games. However, after the merger between rugby league clubs St. George Dragons and Illawarra Steelers which reduced the number of teams to 19, it was decided to avoid a bye that another team needed to be dropped from the competition. In June after numerous financial disagreements with the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) who at the time owned the Adelaide Oval, the club changed home grounds to the smaller, 16,500 capacity Hindmarsh Stadium, a soccer specific venue which was better suited to a rugby league field than the Adelaide Oval was. Moorebank Rams Rugby League Football Club Heading in to our 41st year, Moorebank Rams boasts over 350 players representing u5's to A-Grade. The Rams were not a successful club, winning only 13 out of 42 games. Our player perks include sponsor bars (where you are sure to secure great drink specials each week), custom designed champ shirts and various sponsor giveaways each season make this league a win! They remain the only team from the state of South Australia to have participated in top-level rugby league in Australia. Welcome to Camden Rugby League Football Club! In 1992 the NSWRL decided to extend the competition further, by admitting four new teams for the 1995 competition, one from Western Australia, one from New Zealand and two from Queensland. BACK IN ACTION: The Western Rams under 18s and under 16s will form part of the 10-team Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cup competitions in 2021. Powered By. Rank 3. They were also competing against the popular Adelaide 36ers who played in the National Basketball League (NBL) which at the time ran a winter season. Moorebank Rams is seeking interested ladies to play in our 2021 Womens A-Grade tackle team. In mid-1996, News Limited successfully appealed this ruling, which enabled the competition to proceed. The ram was chosen, according to Super League chief executive John Ribot, because it was "readily identifiable with strength and hardness". The club played its first premiership match on 1 March against the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville and, after leading 16–4 at half time, eventually lost 24–16. Their overall results were comparable to those of their first season, coming fourth last in the 20–team competition. [12], Throughout the 1998 season, the Rams attempted to build a stronger supporter base in order to avoid removal from the competition in 1999 or 2000. join. The cost of building and sustaining an uncompetitive rugby league team in an area dominated by another football sport had resulted in News Limited incurring heavy financial losses with the Rams. [4][8], In addition to the Telstra Cup, the Adelaide Rams also competed in Super League's 1997 World Club Championship competition. Login. Senior Rugby Premier Premier Reserve Colts U85’s Thirsty Rams J8’s Pirates Presidents FIXTURES Junior Rugby Rimutaka Juniors Upper Hutt Juniors Shop My Account Shopping Cart Checkout Netball Social Netball 110 year celebration Celebrating Rugby in Upper Hutt 1906-2020 Celebrating Rugby in Upper Hutt 1906-2020 Blog Over The Years Downloads With Chicago Sport & Social Club, it’s more than a game. The ground consists of a main pitch next to a modern club-house, along with a number of other pitches for second XV and junior rugby. Reddy was replaced by former Perth Reds coach Dean Lance and mid-season saw the arrival of goal kicking Canberra Raiders utility back Graham Appo. Woden Valley has won the CRRL on three occasions. Western Rams coach Cameron Greenhalgh is hopeful the best players in the region will put their hand up for selection after it was confirmed the NSW Rugby League Country Championships would return to an open format age from next year. Rams play home fixtures at Old Bath Road in the village of Sonning on the north-east outskirts of Reading. Subsequent attempts to merge with a Sydney club (rumoured to be the ARL loyal South Sydney Rabbitohs) failed, however the Canberra Raiders offered to merge with the club and effectively took over the club on 1 December 1998.[4]. Pan Macmillan Publishing 1996, This page was last edited on 5 January 2021, at 12:40. This was also the first ever match of the Australian Super League's only season. The Rams won their three home games rather easily including a surprise 34–8 win over glamour side Leeds, but only managed to win one of their games in England against Oldham leaving them in third place in their pool. [4] The capacity is approximately 1,250 (all standing) around the main pitch and on the club-house balcony. [15] The NRL helped with the promotion of the match, although the SARL were disappointed with the small crowd of 7,017. The event is ticketed … The Auckland Rugby League (ARL) is the governing body for the sport of rugby league in the Auckland Region of New Zealand.It is responsible for rugby league in the region, including both club and school rugby league. However, with the team's lack of on-field success, plus the success of other Adelaide-based sports teams who won national championships in 1997 and/or 1998 including the Adelaide Crows (AFL), Adelaide 36ers (NBL) and Adelaide Thunderbirds (netball), saw average home attendances dropped by more than half (51.3%) from the previous years 15,330 to just 7,472 over the course of the season.[4][8]. Former Australian representatives Tim Pickup and Rod Reddy were named inaugural CEO and head coach respectively. The Dewsbury Rams main fanbase comes from their hometown of Dewsbury but also hold a strong following in Shaw Cross as well as neighbouring Gawthorpe and Ossett, amongst other places. It began in 1910 when the first season of club league in Auckland occurred. Rugby league footballers who have played for Dewsbury Rams (Dewsbury 1898–1996). In 2018, the Rams won their first premiership since 1996 beating the Tuggeranong Bushrangers 31-30. Notable juniors. Dont be left empty handed. Super League's top point scorer for the season was Penrith Panthers centre Ryan Girdler who scored 197 points from 11 tries, 76 goals and 1 field goal while the competition's top try scorer was Canterbury Bulldogs utility back Matthew Ryan who crossed for 17 tries. Dewsbury Rams ; Newcastle Newcastle. [1] The South Australian Rugby League (SARL) also had a First Grade Premiership competition in place since 1976, while league been played competitively in Adelaide since the late 1940s. The Rams' management, led by newly named CEO, former dual rugby international and Manly-Warringah 1987 premiership player Michael O'Connor, had their minds set on a place in the reduced competition, and went on a buying spree, obtaining rights for players that they hoped would be productive enough for the team to survive the cut in 2000. For their first season they had average home attendances of 15,330, the fourth highest of the Super League teams and fifth highest of all 22 teams in both competitions. The Adelaide club was shut down at the end of the 1998 season as a result of poor on-field performances, dwindling crowd numbers, financial losses and a reduction in the number of teams in the NRL. Prior to the 1997 season, the club was known simply as Dewsbury R.L.F.C. [9] However, after the Rams lost nine of their first ten games, coach Reddy and the entire coaching staff were sacked by the Rams' administration. Both the under-17s and colts play in division 1 of their respective Berks/Bucks & Oxon leagues. The SARL appointed the former Auckland Warriors marketing manager Liz Dawson as Pickup's replacement as the Rams' chief executive – the first female chief executive of any rugby league club in either the ARL or the Super League. Another leading factor in the SARL's decision to sign with SL was the promise of greater financial assistance than they were receiving from the ARL.[4]. More than 59% sold. With the introduction of the Melbourne Storm (who despite being owned by New Ltd. were not actually a Super League team despite popular belief), and an agreement between Super League and the ARL to have a competition limited to 14 teams by 2000, the future for the Rams looked bleak. However, the Rams' home ground support, which averaged 15,330 fans each week, the 4th highest out of 22 teams across both the SL and ARL competitions, ensured that they remained in the unified 1998 competition. Download Team App now and search for Camden Rugby League Football Club to enjoy our team app on the go. We Visited the stall at Armageddon NZ and these fireworks will not disappoint. They play their home games at the Tetley's Stadium, on Owl Lane. Rams consist of five senior teams of differing playing ability and a full complement of mini and junior sides. Our family friendly club is located at Lyndoch in the amazing Barossa Valley Region. New South Wales Rugby League confirms the return of Laurie Daley and Andrew Johns Cups in 2021. Rugby League Woden Valley Rams. Adding to your cart. Contact moorebankrams@yahoo.com.au to register your interest today. Our new affiliation with the Mounties Harvey Norman Women's Cup team brings a great pathway for our players to progress in their League careers. Welcome to our club. This website accompanies our Team App smartphone app available from the App Store or Google Play. 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