Hall Of Fame 2017-02-24T02:40:42+00:00

The Aims of the Hall of Fame

  • To recognise senior players within the club who have been responsible for creating a first for the club.
  • To recognise senior players who have served this club with distinction.
  • To provide an incentive for junior players and senior players to remain with the club.
  • To recognise tradition and history within the playing ranks.

Conditions of Hall of Fame Induction

  1. Restricted to past and current senior players.
  2. Players are added to Hall of Fame every five years commencing from and inclusive of 2002.
  3. There is no limit to the number of inductees each five-year period.
  4. Player can be nominated to Committee of the day with the current President, after consultation with various parties (coaches, managers, members, committee past and present) within the club, selecting the inductees.
  5. Players must have served the club with distinction and have played senior football.
  6. Players must have played at least one season for the club but generally will have played beyond one season

Amanda Williams

Amanda started playing for the club in 1995 as a junior and was the first female player to play 100 games for the club. She was awarded the WARL Player of the year in 2008.

Tania Emerson

Senior Premiership player 2006 & 2007, coached Junior League tag team to grand final, 92 games, represented Perth Kiwi, 5 years committee, 2006-2010.

Jodie Brylewski

Senior player 2006 & 2007. Coached Junior League tag team to grand final, 101 games, 241 Sharks points, WARL Top try scorer. Committee 2007-2010. Director 2010.

Daniel Holzwart

Junior since 1988-1995. Senior player 001-2010. Senior grand finalist, 200-plus games (64 Junior), 74 Sharks points, captain first grade 2010. Courage Award 2004 & 2006.

Dale Christy

First grade coach, three time grand final player 2003, 2008 & 2013. 116 games, 46 Sharks points.

Best first grade Player 2003. Courage award 2007.

Current Chairman, 2017

Scott Brown

Played seniors for Rockingham Raiders, Canning, Fremantle and Coastal Sharks. Grand Final winner in the 1993 sevens tournament. Over 150 games for Rockingham.

David Tito

568 Sharks points, 73 games, WARL highest Points scorer in first grade. Best back 2005, WARL top goal scorer and point scorer 2005 & 2006. Most points in a game (36) Sharks v Joondalup 2006.

Current reserve coach.

Stephen Fielding

Stephen started at the club in 1992 after a long career with Mosman Cottesloe Tigers, and Belmont Steelers. Represented WA in over 20 games and captained the State in games against Qld country, NSW metro, and clubs such as Balmain, Port Moresby, and BARL.  Captain/coached the Rockingham Rugby league club to its first A grade premiership in 1993.

Thomas Larsen

Tommy began at the club in 1988. A reliable hard working forward in both attack and defence. State junior representative and a member of 1993 senior squad. Tommy managed first Sharks Third grade side, has played more than 150 First Grade games

Byron Tuckey

Bryon started at the club in 1992 after playing for Belmont Steelers from 1990-1991 & Canning in 1992. First Grade Premiership player for the Raiders in 1993, three times third grade premiership player for the Coastal Cowboys and captain of the Cowboys first premiership.

Jeremy Russell

Jeremy stared at the club in 1993. Played over 200 games for the Rockingham Raiders, was a player in the 1998 reserve grade grand final and also in the third grade grand final in 2003. Jeremy has also assisted with junior coaching, water running and other duties around the club.

Steven Quinlan

Steven was a former Mandurah junior who started at the club in 1997. A skilful and versatile player and a very reliable defender, Steven represented WA in both senior and junior grades. He has played over 100 games for Rockingham.

Bruce Holzwart

Bruce ‘The Goose’ Holzwart was the first Premiership captain/coach for Rockingham rugby league in 1989, a year after the first Rockingham senior team had been elected into the WARL competition. Bruce had also represented WA at State level and had played over 100 games for Mosman Cottesloe.

Darren Brankstone

Darren, or ‘DB’, played in the first senior team for Rockingham in 1988. He has played over 150 games for Rockingham and has coached sides after retiring.

Darren is a club life member.

Robbie Richardson

Robbie has played over 250 games for Rockingham. He played in the first senior team in 1988 and was a first grade premiership player in 1993. He was the first player to be awarded Life membership.

Michael Lannigan

Michael played over 200 games for Rockingham. He was a consistent player who had an accurate kicking foot and was the highest point scorer for the club in 2004.

Shane Button

Shane has played over 150 games for Rockingham and was the Rockingham Raiders first grade captain in 2001. A strong, reliable player who always gave everything.
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