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St George Dragons club and individual records

A list of club records and individual achievements pertinent to the St George Dragons (1921-1998).

PREMIERSHIPS AND TROPHIES

First grade premierships (15): 1941, 1949, 1956-66, 1977, 1979
First grade runners-up (13):
1927, 1930, 1933, 1937, 1942, 1946, 1953, 1971, 1975, 1985, 1992-93, 1996
Minor premierships (15):
1928, 1946, 1956-60, 1962-67, 1979, 1985
Pre-season Cup (four):
1963-65, 1971
Panasonic Cup:
1988
Reserve grade (6):
1938, 1962-64, 1976, 1985
Third grade (and equivalent competitions) (14):
1940, 1942, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1957, 1963, 1965-66, 1972, 1974, 1983, 1985, 1987
Club championships (18):
1940, 1942, 1946, 1949, 1951, 1955-59, 1962-66, 1971, 1984-85.

TEAM RECORDS

Biggest win

91-6 v Canterbury, Earl Park, May 11, 1935 (premiership record and highest score)

Worst defeat

61-0 v Manly, Brookvale Oval, July 3, 1994

Longest winning streak

12 – Round 2 (April 12, 1958) – Round 13 (July 12, 1958)
12 – Preliminary final (September 6, 1958) – Round 10 (May 24, 1959)

Longest losing streak

8 – Round 7 (June 11, 1921) – Round 7 (June 17, 1922)
8 – Round 10 (July 3, 1926) – Round 18 (August 28, 1926)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Top 10 club appearances

Norm Provan – 256
Billy Smith – 234
Craig Young – 234
Graeme Langlands – 227
Michael Beattie – 210
Ricky Walford – 207
Mark Coyne – 207
Rod Reddy – 204
Barry Beath – 198
Graeme Wynn – 195

Most tries in a match

Six – Jack Lindwall v Manly, Hurstville Oval, May 3, 1947

Most goals in a match

15 – Les Griffin v Canterbury, Earl Park, May 11, 1935 (equal premiership record)

Most points in a match

36 (two tries, 15 goals) – Les Griffin v Canterbury, Earl Park, May 11, 1935
36 (six tries, nine goals) – Jack Lindwall v Manly, Hurstville Oval, May 3, 1947

Most tries in a season

26 – Tommy Ryan (1957)

Most points in a season

225 (three tries, 108 goals) – Harry Bath (1958)

Most tries in club history

143 – Johnny King (1960-1971)

Most points in club history

1554 (86 tries, 648 goals) – Graeme Langlands (1963-1976)

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Dally M Medal

Michael Potter (1991)

Clive Churchill Medal 

Brad Mackay (1993)

Test captains

Ken Kearney (1956)
Reg Gasnier (1962-67)
Ian Walsh (1963-66)
Johnny Raper (1967)
Phil Hawthorne (1970)
Graeme Langlands (1970-74)

World Cup Captains

Johnny Raper (1968)
Billy Smith (1970)
Graeme Langlands (1972, 1975)

Immortals

Reg Gasnier (1981)
Johnny Raper (1981)
Graeme Langlands (1999)
Norm Provan (2018)

REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS

International representatives (alphabetical order):

Australia

Wayne Bartrim
Barry Beath
Tony Branson
Bob Bugden
George Carstairs
Brian Clay
Mark Coyne
Percy Fairall
Wally Fullerton-Smith
Fred Gardner
Reg Gasnier
Ted Goodwin
Scott Gourley
Johnny Hawke
Phil Hawthorne
Jack Holland
Pat Jarvis
Albert 'Rickety' Johnston
Brian Johnston
Arthur Justice
Ken Kearney
Johnny King
Ross Kite
Graeme Langlands
Eddie Lumsden
Brad Mackay
Matt McCoy
Doug McRitchie
Noel Mulligan
Kevin O'Brien
Michael O'Connor
Bryan Orrock
Noel Pidding
Norm Provan
Graham Quinn
Johnny Raper
Elton Rasmussen
Rod Reddy
John Riley
Ron Roberts
Steve Rogers
Kevin Ryan
Tommy Ryan
Billy Smith
Ian Walsh
Billy Wilson
John Wittenberg
Graeme Wynn
Craig Young

New Zealand

Jason Donnelly

State of Origin representatives (alphabetical order):

New South Wales

Jamie Ainscough
David Barnhill
Scott Gourley
Pat Jarvis
Brian Johnston
Brad Mackay
Steve Morris
Michael O'Connor
Robert Stone
Ricky Walford
Chris Walsh
Graeme Wynn
Craig Young

Queensland

Wayne Bartrim
Mark Coyne
John Dowling
Wally Fullerton-Smith
Tony Hearn
Graham Quinn
Rod Reddy
Gorden Tallis