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New South Wales Rugby League premiership

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

NSWRL Premiership
SportRugby league
Inaugural season1908
Ceased1994
Replaced byARL Premiership
Holders
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra Raiders (3rd title)
Most titles
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney Rabbitohs (20 titles)
Related competitionWinfield Cup

The New South Wales Rugby League premiership was the first rugby league football club competition established in Australia and contributor to today's National Rugby League. Run by the New South Wales Rugby League (initially named the New South Wales Rugby Football League) from 1908 until 1994, the premiership was the state's elite rugby league competition, parallel to Queensland's first-class league, the Brisbane Rugby League.

For most of the premiership's history it was contested by clubs from the state of New South Wales only, but later attempted to grow into a nationwide competition, eventually leading to the competition being played under the auspices of the Australian Rugby League in 1995. Despite this name, the 1995 and 1996 Australian Rugby League Premierships competitions were still administered by the Board and staff of the New South Wales Rugby League.

History

1908: Rugby league premiership in Sydney

The inaugural New South Wales Rugby Football League (NSWRFL) premiership began in 1908, and was made up of eight Sydney-based teams and one team from Newcastle. Cumberland joined the competition after the first round, meaning that they played one game fewer than the rest of the field for the season. Still known as the "foundation clubs" today, these nine teams battled against one another during the 1908 season, with South Sydney taking the first premiership honours after beating Eastern Suburbs in the Final.

Club Years Contested Matches[1] Seasons
Played Won Drew Lost Win/Loss Played Premiers Minor Premiers Runners-Up
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
1908 - 1994 1705 871 68 766 53.08% 92 11 7 9
Cumberland colours.svg
Cumberland
1908 8 1 0 7 12.50% 1 0 0 0
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1908 - 1994 1880 995 67 818 54.71% 92 11 15 11
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
1908 - 1929 297 163 6 128 55.89% 22 0 1 4
Newcastle foundation colours.svg
Newcastle
1908 - 1909 20 9 0 11 45.00% 2 0 0 0
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1908 - 1983 1305 583 59 663 46.93% 76 3 6 7
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
1908 - 1994 1665 678 71 916 42.85% 92 2 2 1
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1908 - 1994 1813 940 45 828 53.09% 92 20 17 13
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1908 - 1994 1691 734 49 908 44.86% 92 4 5 8

1909 - 1994: Expansion of the premiership

Between 1912 and 1925 the premiers were decided by first past the post. As a result of South Sydney's dominant 1925 season, the NSWRFL introduced a finals system in order to maintain interest in the competition.[2]

Over the decades since the NSWRFL competition started, Sydney suburban teams came and went throughout its history but it was not until 1982 that the competition saw significant expansion outside of the Sydney area. The two new inclusions were from the Australian Capital Territory - the Canberra Raiders - as well as a team from the southern New South Wales region - the Illawarra Steelers. This corresponded with the adoption of commercial sponsorship of the competition for the first time, seeing it become the Winfield Cup (named after the popular cigarette brand).

The NSWRFL had also commenced a very popular and successful mid-week competition in 1973, originally known as the Amco Cup, but also as the Tooth Cup and the National Panasonic Cup. The success of this competition, which included teams from both Brisbane and New Zealand ultimately created pressure for further expansion of the NSWRL competition. In 1984, the New South Wales Rugby Football League changed its name to New South Wales Rugby League.

In 1988, for the very first time, two Queensland teams joined the competition, with the inclusions of the Brisbane Broncos and the Gold Coast-Tweed Giants. This saw the premiership competition move beyond the outer borders of New South Wales. At the same time, as a result of mounting pressure from the central coast of New South Wales, a Newcastle franchise was returned to the competition. Their return saw the end of an 86-year wait in the wilderness and this time around the team was badged the Newcastle Knights.

Club Traditional Colours Years Contested Matches[1] Seasons
Played Won Drew Lost Win/Loss Played Premiers Minor Premiers Runners-Up
Annandale
Annandale colours.svg
1910 - 1920 153 25 6 122 18.30% 11 0 0 0
University
University colours.svg
1920 - 1937 242 47 5 190 20.45% 18 0 0 1
St. George
St. George colours.svg
1921 - 1998 1545 910 56 579 60.71% 78 15 15 12
Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury colours.svg
1935 - current 1502 778 53 671 53.56% 71 8 6 8
Manly-Warringah
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
1947 - 1999
2003 - current
1261 719 35 507 58.41% 56 7 9 10
Parramatta
Parramatta colours.svg
1947 - current 1321 608 38 675 47.46% 59 4 5 4
Cronulla-Sutherland
Cronulla colours.svg
1967 - current 932 456 22 454 50.11% 39 0 2 3
Penrith
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
1967 - current 917 379 26 512 42.75% 39 2 2 1
Illawarra
Illawarra colours.svg
1982 - 1998 396 153 13 230 40.28% 17 0 0 0
Canberra
Canberra colours.svg
1982 - current 606 323 9 274 54.04% 24 3 1 2
Brisbane
Brisbane colours.svg
1988 - current 457 299 11 147 66.63% 18 5 4 0
Newcastle
Newcastle colours.svg
1988 - current 446 234 14 198 54.04% 18 2 0 0
Gold Coast
Gold Coast Chargers colours.svg
1988 - 1998 246 53 9 184 23.37% 11 0 0 0

After mostly solid results were obtained by the expansion teams in 1988, there was increasing pressure for new inclusions into the competition. Having decided in May 1992 that a team from Auckland would join the premiership in 1995, the League announced in November that three more new clubs — a second team from Brisbane, and also a team each from Perth and Townsville — will also be invited.

In 1995, some seven years later, the competition expanded further into Queensland, with the inception of the South Queensland Crushers and the North Queensland Cowboys. 1995 also saw a new team in Western Australia, the 'Western Reds', later called the Perth Reds, as well as a New Zealand-based team - the Auckland Warriors. The total number of teams in the competition was now twenty - the largest-scale rugby league competition ever in Australia. The premiership's new national outlook was further reflected in the governing body's name, with the New South Wales Rugby League transferring control of the competition to the Australian Rugby League (ARL).

First Grade Premiers

Between 1912 and 1925 there was no semi-final system and a final was only played if two clubs finished level at the conclusion of the Minor Premiership. Souths won the 1909 premiership when Balmain forfeited in protest against the final being played as a preliminary match before a promotional game between the national Rugby League and Rugby Union sides. The 1937 season also featured no finals as the year was disrupted by the Kangaroos tour. Between 1926 and 1953 first played third and second played fourth and winners played off. If the minor premiers were defeated they had a right of challenge, but if they were not defeated there was no true "grand final."

From 1954 a mandatory grand final was introduced in which there was a knockout minor semi-final between third and fourth and a second-chance major semi between first and second. The winner of the major semi went to the grand final and a preliminary final was played between the winner of the minor semi and the loser of the major semi to decide who would meet the winner of the major semi.

In 1973 a final five was devised with the top team going straight into the major semi, the second and third teams playing a major preliminary semi, and the fourth and fifth playing a sudden-death minor preliminary semi. The top team played the winner of the major preliminary semi-final, whilst the winner of the minor preliminary semi played the loser of the major preliminary semi in the minor semi-final (which was played as before under the final four system.

Season Grand Finals Minor Premiers
Premiers Score Runners-up
1908
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
14-12
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1909
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
forfeit
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1910
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
4-4
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1911
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
11-8
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
1912
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
N/A
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
N/A
1913
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1914
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1915
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
1916
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
5-3
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
1917
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
N/A
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
N/A
1918
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1919
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1920
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1921
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1922
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
35-3
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
1923
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
15-12
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1924
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
3-0
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
1925
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
N/A
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
N/A
1926
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
11-5
University colours.svg
University
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1927
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
20-11
St. George colours.svg
St. George
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1928
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
26-5
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1929
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
30-10
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1930
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
27-2
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1931
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
12-7
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1932
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
19-12
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1933
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
18-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1934
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
15-2
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1935
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
19-3
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1936
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
32-12
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1937
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
N/A
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
N/A
1938
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
19-6
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
1939
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
33-4
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
1940
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
24-14
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1941
St. George colours.svg
St. George
31-14
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1942
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
11-9
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
1943
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
34-7
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1944
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
12-8
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1945
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
22-18
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1946
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
13-12
St. George colours.svg
St. George
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1947
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
13-9
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
1948
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
8-5
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1949
St. George colours.svg
St. George
19-12
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1950
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
21-15
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1951
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
42-14
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1952
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
22-12
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1953
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
31-12
St. George colours.svg
St. George
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1954
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
23-15
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1955
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
12-11
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
1956
St. George colours.svg
St. George
18-12
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1957
St. George colours.svg
St. George
31-9
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1958
St. George colours.svg
St. George
20-9
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1959
St. George colours.svg
St. George
20-0
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1960
St. George colours.svg
St. George
31-6
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1961
St. George colours.svg
St. George
22-0
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1962
St. George colours.svg
St. George
9-6
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1963
St. George colours.svg
St. George
8-3
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1964
St. George colours.svg
St. George
11-6
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain Tigers
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1965
St. George colours.svg
St. George
12-8
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1966
St. George colours.svg
St. George
23-4
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain Tigers
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1967
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
12-10
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1968
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
13-9
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1969
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain Tigers
11-2
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1970
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
23-12
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1971
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
16-10
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly Warringah
1972
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
19-14
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
1973
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
10-7
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla-Sutherland
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
1974
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
19-4
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1975
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
38-0
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1976
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
13-10
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
1977
St. George colours.svg
St. George
9-9
22-0
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
1978
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
11-11
16-0
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla-Sutherland
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
1979
St. George colours.svg
St. George
17-13
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
St. George colours.svg
St. George
1980
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
18-4
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1981
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
20-11
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
1982
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
21-8
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
1983
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
18-6
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
1984
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
6-4
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
1985
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
7-6
St. George colours.svg
St George
St. George colours.svg
St George
1986
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
4-2
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
1987
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
18-8
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah
1988
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
24-12
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla-Sutherland
1989
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
19-14
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
1990
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
18-14
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
Penrith
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
1991
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
Penrith
19-12
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
Penrith
1992
Brisbane colours.svg
Brisbane
28-8
St. George colours.svg
St George
Brisbane colours.svg
Brisbane
1993
Brisbane colours.svg
Brisbane
14-6
St. George colours.svg
St George
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
1994
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
36-12
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown
  • 1909: Balmain refused to play the final in protest to the game being held as a curtain-raiser to a Kangaroos v Wallabies match. Souths played, kicked off, scored & were declared premiers. Many contend though that a 'gentlemans agreement' was reached to postpone the game to the following weekend - and the action undertaken by Souths in starting the match sparked a fierce and bitter rivalry between the clubs that continued for many decades.
  • 1910: Top two played off for the title. In the event of a drawn match, the superior record during the season secured the title, Newtown had compiled 23 competition points, Souths 22.
  • 1977-78: Drawn games requiring a replay.
  • 1989: The score was tied 14 all at normal full-time - extra time was played to decide the winner.

Results

Team Winners Runners-up Years won Years runner-up
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney Rabbitohs
20 13 1908, 1909, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931,

1932, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971,

1910, 1916, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1935, 1937, 1939, 1949,

1952, 1965, 1969

St. George colours.svg
St George Dragons
15 12 1941, 1949, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963,

1964, 1965, 1966, 1977, 1979

1927, 1930, 1933, 1942, 1946, 1953, 1971, 1975, 1985, 1992,

1993, 1996

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Sydney Roosters
11 11 1911, 1912, 1913, 1923, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1940, 1945, 1974,

1975

1908, 1919, 1921, 1928, 1931, 1934, 1938, 1941, 1960, 1972,

1980

Balmain colours.svg
Balmain Tigers
11 9 1915, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1920, 1924, 1939, 1944, 1946, 1947,

1969

1909, 1936, 1945, 1948, 1956, 1964, 1966, 1988, 1989
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
5 7 1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1987 1951, 1957, 1959, 1968, 1970, 1982, 1983
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
6 7 1938, 1942, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1988 1940, 1947, 1967, 1974, 1979, 1986, 1994
Brisbane colours.svg
Brisbane Broncos
2 0 1992, 1993
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs Magpies
4 8 1930, 1934, 1948, 1952 1918, 1925, 1932, 1950, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta Eels
4 3 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986 1976, 1977, 1984
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown Jets
3 7 1910, 1933, 1943 1913, 1914, 1929, 1944, 1954, 1955, 1981
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra Raiders
3 2 1989, 1990, 1994 1987, 1991
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney Bears
2 1 1921, 1922 1943
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
Penrith Panthers
1 1 1991 1990
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
0 2 1973, 1978
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe Dirty Reds
0 4 1911, 1912, 1915, 1922
University colours.svg
Sydney University
0 1 1926

Reserve Grade Premiers

Year Premiers Score Runners-Up Decider Report Winning Captain(s) Winning Coach Referee
1908
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
No
1909
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
11-7
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
Final TSS[3] W.P. Finegan
1910
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
5-2
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
Final EN[4] L. Kearney
1911
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
12-0
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
Final ST[5] A. Ballerum
1912
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
30-0 Redfern United Final SMH[6] A. Finegan
1913
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
10-3 Grosvenor Final Sun[7] T. McMahon
1914
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
6-5
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Final Sun[8] J. Buchanan
1915
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
9-3
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
Final Sun[9]
1916
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
6-4
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Final Sun[10]
1917
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
No
1918
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
No
1919
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
No
1920
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
No SMH[11]
1921
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
No
1922
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
10-2
Glebe colours.svg
Glebe
Final Sun[12] E. Gallagher W. Neill
1923
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South Sydney
13-6
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Final SMH[13] A. Thornton
1924
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
No
1925
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
14-2
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
Final TR[14] E. Kerr
1926
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
25-13
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
Final Sun[15] L. Dolan
1927
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
16-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Final SGC[16] James Breen Lal Deane
1928
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
7-5
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Final Sun[17] Arthur Tennant B. Wales
1929
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
26-3
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
Final Sun[18] Tom Craigie W. Fry
1930
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
5-0
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
GF Truth[19] S. Lever W. Fry
1931
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
24-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Final Sun[20] W. Neill
1932
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
5-2
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
GF Sun[21] Jackie Jones W. Fry
1933
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
15-12
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
GF Sun[22] George Frankland W. Fry
1934
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
13-10
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF Sun[23] Jim Tait J. Murphy
1935
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
16-2
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF Sun[24] T. McMahon
1936
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
15-5
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
Final Truth[25] Jim Parsons Jerry Brien T. McMahon
1937
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
No
1938
St. George colours.svg
St. George
9-4
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF Sun[26] Jack Kenyon A. Davis
1939
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
13-0
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
GF Sun[27] Jim Duncombe J. McGaulay
1940
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
10-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF SGC[28] Jack O'Brien
1941
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
13-4
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Sun[29] John Rees P. Lee
1942
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
15-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Sun[30] Aub Oxford
1943
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
15-9
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF Sun[31] George Kilham G. Bishop
1944
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
11-9
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
Final Sun[32] (Jack Danzey Snr) Jack O'Brien
1945
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
11-7
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
GF Sun[33] Ken Brogan Aub Oxford
1946
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
8-5
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
GF Sun[34] Gil Bo XJack O'Brien
1947
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
6-2
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF Sun[35] Fred Fayers Keith Ellis L. Williams
1948
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
7-4
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
GF Sun[36] Keith Ellis Col Pearce
1949
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
30-7
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
GF DT[37] Jim Hunt Aub Oxford
1950
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
10-6
St. George colours.svg
St. George
Final DT[38] George Williams G. Bishop
1951
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
10-6
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF SMH[39] George Debnam Aub Oxford
1952
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
19-0
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
GF Sun[40] Ray Mason Jack O'Brien
1953
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
17-11
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF Sun[41] Norm Nilson Aub Oxford
1954
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
9-4
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
GF SH[42] Darcy Lawler
1955
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
9-2
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Robert Gorman Jack O'Brien
1956
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
10-6
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF Ray Mason Col Pearce
1957
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
16-7
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
GF Ron Clifford Col Pearce
1958
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
20-10
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF RLN[43] Ron Proudfoot Col Pearce
1959
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
19-10
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF RLN[44] Robert Sullivan Robert Sullivan Col Pearce
1960
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
17-6
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF RLN[45] Robert Lenon Neville Pierce Col Pearce
1961
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
9-3
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF RLN[46] Roger Buttenshaw Dudley Beger Darcy Lawler
1962
St. George colours.svg
St. George
19-0
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
GF RLN[47] Peter Armstrong Sid Ryan Arthur Neville
1963
St. George colours.svg
St. George
5-4
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
GF Peter Armstrong Sid Ryan Col Pearce
1964
St. George colours.svg
St. George
7-2
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
GF RLN[48] Johnny Riley Sid Ryan F. Erickson
1965
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
9-7
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF RLN[49] Jack Danzey Leo Nosworthy J. Harris
1966
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
12-4
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF RLN[50] Colin Dunn "Chick" Cowie J. Bradley
1967
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
11-7
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
GF Robert Boland Leo Nosworthy Laurie Bruyeres
1968
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
17-7
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF Dennis Lee Fred Nelson Les Samuelson
1969
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
10-6
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF George McTaggart Ron Willey Keith Holman
1970
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
6-0
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
GF Robert Green Clarrie Jeffreys Keith Holman
1971
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
11-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Barry Phillis Malcolm Clift Keith Page
1972
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
14-3
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Barry Phillis Malcolm Clift Laurie Bruyeres
1973
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
22-14
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Max Krilich Frank Stanton Laurie Bruyeres
1974
Newtown colours.svg
Newtown
6-5
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
GF Des O'Connor Charlie Renilson Keith Page
1975
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
21-13
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla
GF John Baker Terry Fearnley Keith Page
1976
St. George colours.svg
St. George
17-12
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla
GF Billy Smith Peter Dickerson Greg Hartley
1977
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
11-9
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF Graham Murray Len Stacker Jack Danzey
1978
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
10-5
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF William Hillard Dennis Tutty Jack Danzey
1979
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
22-2
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
GF John Kolc Mick Alchin Jack Danzey
1980
Canterbury colours.svg
Canterbury
18-16
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
GF Mal Creavey Geoff Connell Jack Danzey
1981
Western Suburbs colours.svg
Western Suburbs
19-2
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
GF CT[51] Ian Schubert Laurie Freier
1982
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
17-12
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
GF CT[52] Bill Hilliard Laurie Freier
1983
South Sydney colours.svg
South Sydney
12-6
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF CT[53] Nathan Gibbs Wally Watsford B. Barnes
1984
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
10-8
St. George colours.svg
St. George
GF Mike Marketo Peter Duffy C. Ward
1985
St. George colours.svg
St. George
22-16
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
GF CT[54] George Moroko John Bailey Mick Stone
1986
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
10-2
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
GF Dave Brown Jim Morgan Kevin Roberts
1987
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
Penrith
11-0
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
GF Craig Izzard Graham Murray Greg McCallum
1988
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg
Manly
22-2
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Eastern Suburbs
GF Peter Cullum Alan Thompson Graham Annesley
1989
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
11-6
Parramatta colours.svg
Parramatta
GF CT[55] Gary Maguire Steve Martin Mick Stone
1990
Brisbane colours.svg
Brisbane
14-6
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
GF CT[56]
VH[57]
Ray Herring Bill Gardner Greg McCallum
1991
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
12-6
Canberra colours.svg
Canberra
GF CT[58] Gary Smith Peter Louis Eddie Ward
1992
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
28-14
Balmain colours.svg
Balmain
GF CT[59] Gary Smith Peter Louis Graham Annesley
1993
North Sydney colours.svg
North Sydney
5-4
Newcastle colours.svg
Newcastle
GF CT[60] Alan Wilson Peter Mulholland Bill Harrigan
1994
Cronulla colours.svg
Cronulla
14-4
Newcastle colours.svg
Newcastle
GF Alan Wilson John Dykes Bill Harrigan


Past winners of the NSWRL Premiership

See also

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