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GRAHAM JENKINS (ex Seaforth player early 60s) wishes
to make contact with players - click here to read more...



Viking Challenge 2016

For the last three years, Seaforth FC has been represented at the Viking Challenge, a six-a-side tournament. The tournament, in Forster/Tuncurry, has been running for the past 23 years, and attracted over 100 teams and more than 1000 players.

The competition sees teams play three games on Saturday, followed by knock-out games on Sunday.

Last year, the club was beaten by the smallest of margins (1-0) in the final.

Off the back of this result success, this year Seaforth was represented by two teams, drawn from the ranks of the o35's teams, and supported by Seaforth FC. Due to some last minute withdrawals, the two teams were reduced to minimal numbers. Notwithstanding this almost insurmountable hurdle, both teams made it through to Sunday's competition.

In a cruel twist of fate, the two were drawn to play each other in the first knock-out game. However, the benefit of this twist was a guaranteed ride through to the next round for the mighty Seaforth players.

Unfortunately, the mighty effort required for a Seaforth v Seaforth epic left the victors drained, and a loss in the next round left us two games short of consecutive finals. An early return to Sydney was our reward.

We are confident that next year, with two full strength teams, Seaforth will return to Viking and give it a red (or white) hot go!!

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Club 50th Birthday Function 2013




Click here for photos of Club 50th Birthday Function 2013


(Password for photo access is: seaforth50th)

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Seaforth FC Fiji Tour 2005


Click here for photos of Seaforth FC Fiji Tour 2005


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Blast from the Past - 2004



     Mitch Wright and Nick Hunter before their 2004 match at Cromer Park.
     Mitch playing for St George and Nick for Manly United.
     Seated with them is Manly United talent Scout Jim Travena.
     Both boys are now playing back together with Seaforth AL1s.

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Robertson Cup Final - 31 July 1977


Robertson Cup Final - 31 July 1977

Rnd 1: Seaforth 3 v Goulburn 1
Rnd 2: Seaforth 9 v Kirrawee 1
Rnd 3: Seaforth 7 Winston Hills 0
QF: Seaforth 1 v Seaforth U18 0
SF: Seaforth 2 v Epping YMCA 1
Final: Seaforth 2 v Greenacre 1

TEAM (left - right)
Terry Beard (U16), Robbie Burns, Ralph Cullen, Mr Phil Collins (coach), Trevor Watson, Tim Smith (obscured), Neil Robinson Capt., Martin Smith (obscured), Brian Weldon, John de Stigter,
Ian McKellar, Ray Ludeke, Robert Holdom, David Harvey, Peter Sansom, Neil Watson (partial),
Ross Smith (out of photo).
missing: Jeffery Smith (broke leg in Metropolitan League game on Sat).




Above: Manly Daily Match Report & Photo: Trevor Watson with the Robertson Cup

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PLAYER REGISTRATION CARD 1970 - 1972



They didn't change very much for next 39 years until this year!
- card supplied by Trevor Watson

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Below are some old team photos from 1969
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1969 U/13B
Back Row: John Purchase, Michael Thompson, Mr Keith Watson, John Thompson, Trevor Watson
Middle Row: Fennell, John Ellis, Mr Albert Louden, John Adams, Wayne Griffiths
Front Row: Stephen Taylor





1969 U/18
Back Row: Ross Burns, David Cox, Dave Vance, Greg Smith, Greg Bragg, George Beveas,
Michael Adlam, Geoff Greniger, Michael clark
Front Row: Ken Hopling, Billy Grant, Tom clark (Manager), Peter Greuter (Coach), Tim Malgrim,
David Flaskis

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Below are some old team photos from 1968
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1968 U/12B
Back Row: Stephen Taylor, John Thompson, Robert Howe, Peter Chapman, Michael Thompson, Trevor Watson, John Purchase
Middle Row: ?, John Ellis, Mr Keith Watson, Douglas Hughes, Greg Fennell
Front Row: Wayne Griffiths





1968 U/16
Back Row: David Flaskis, Michael clark, A Walker, S Streemstra, David Turner,
Tim Malgrim, Ken Sutten
Middle Row: Ian Carpenter, (Coach), Tom Clark (Manager), Ted Malgrin (Asst. Manager), T Lassing
Front Row: Greg Bragg





1968 U/?
Back Row: ?
Middle Row: ?
Front Row: ?

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Below are some old team photos from 1967
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1967 U/11B
Back Row: John Senes, Toby Richardson, John Thompson, Mark Kent, Michael Thompson,
Trevor Watson, John Ellis, Andrew Fones
Middle Row: Grant Fennell, Mr John Weldon, Mr Keith Watson, John Adams
Front Row: ?



1967 U/13B
Back Row: (l to r): Rex Wainwright, Bill Fewer, Stuart Davidson
Seated: Howard Dewhurst, Greg Wetzler, Mr Wainwright, Stephen Mulvogel, Ian Ockerby
Front: Mark Wilson
Missing: Neville Jay, Kim Jones, David Tyrrell, Mark Holmes, John Adema





1967 U/16
Back Row: Geoff Greniger, Ross Burns, Geoff Delaney, Lorry McGrath, Ian Fenton,
Dave Vance, Billy Grant
Middle Row: Mark Turner, Peter Greuter (Coach), Vern Wentzler (Manager), Dave Flaskis
Front Row: George Beveas

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Below are some old team photos from 1966
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1966 U/7A

Detective Scott Reports...
Standing Left to Right: Jeff Reeve, Kevin Ockerby, Greg Goulding, John Silversite,
Tim Butcher, Tony Ellis, Tim Smith
Front Left to Right : John Turner, Ted Butcher (manager), Peter Greuter (coach),
Glen Naritus, Jeremy Horricks (with ball).





1966 U/8A
Back Row: Glen Mulvogue, Ianne Murray, ?, Whiltshire
Middle Row: Mr Ron Wiltshire and possibly Brian Clark





1966 U/8B
Greg Hamilton, Mr McDonald


Detective Digby Reports...
Neil Thurston holding the sign, Anthony Jecklin 4th back row






1966 U/9A
Back Row: Robert Kay, Unknown, Michael Gray, Unknown, Grant Wilson, Unknown
Front Row: Ralf Cullen, Jeff Smith, Mr Ron Smith, Gary Martin, Unknown
Front Lee Philips





1966 U/9B
Back Row: Grant Steel, Harvey?, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Lewis, Unknown
Middle Row: Wayne Kennedy, Unknown, Mr Lewis, John Douglas, Gordon Russel
Front Row: Glen Kaolie, Unknown


Detective Bruce Reports...
Harvey? is Colin Harvey.



Detective Marcus Fairfax reports...
Back Row: 1st on right is Andrew Miles
2nd on right is Glen Lewis
2nd on left is Colin Harvey
Front Row: Sitting on the right is Alan Cohen





1966 U/9C
Back Row (standing): Unknown, Barry Jay, Marcus Grant, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown
Middle Row (seated): Unknown, Jones, Mr Bob Holdom, Unknown, Robert Holdom
Front Row (ground): Russel Pearson, Jimmy MacLean

Detective Marcus Fairfax reports...
Back Row: 1st on left is Derek Heberlein
3rd from left is Marcus Fairfax and not Marcus Grant as stated.
1st on the right is Anthony Day
3rd from the right is Colin Harvey
Middle Row: 1st on left is Phillip Morcombe
2nd on left is Leigh Jones
2nd on right is Michael (can't remember his surname)





1966 U/10A
Back Row: Geof. Masters, Graham Jenkins, Michael Nottle, Andrew Vander Helder, Greg Ode,
Ray Ludeke, Brian Weldon
Front Row: Edward Butcher, Edward Brown, Mr John Weldon, Mr Ode, Stephen Dulfor, Ernest Drews
Front: Toby Richardson





1966 U/10B
Back Row: Tony Howard, John Thompson, Peter Sansom, Michael Thompson, John Ellis, Ian Crowe
Middle Row: Graeme Jory, Trevor Watson, Mr Keith Watson, Wayne Griffiths, John Senes
Front Row: Phillip Carlin





1966 U/11A


Detective George update 26/07/10...

Back Row: Richard Smart, George Bannerman, maybe John Perdman?,
maybe Peter Trick?, Peter Ross, Warren Elliot
Front Row: Greg Beness, David Waller, Mr Cameron Bannerman, Mr Waller, Greg Craig, Reg Smith
Front: Ron Poole





1966 U/11B
Back Row: Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Humphries, Peter Trick, Unknown, David Ralf
Middle Row: Unknown, Unknown, Mr Proffet, Mr Unknown, Danny Resnic, Unknown
Front: Unknown, Unknown





1966 U/12A
Back Row: Ken Fenton, Roger White, Neil Ferguson, Bill sykes, Frank Martin
Middle Row: Scott Sattle, Grant Sheldon, Ian Nottle (Manager), Peter Greuter (Coach),
Bruce Maclean, Trevor Barnabas
Front: Kim Sweeny





1966 U/12B
Back Row: Jones (left)
Front Row: Ockerby (second from left), Mr Gray
Front:





1966 U/12C
Team Manager & Coach: John Weldon
Top Row (l to r): William Fewer, David Terriel, Peter Cooper, Gregory Hughes,
Eddie Grant, John Downing
2nd Row: Ian Cooper, Neil Harvey, Colin Dunston, Gregory Wetzler,
Front Row: Neville Jay





1966 U/13A
Back Row: (third from left looks like Stephen Ode)
Front Row: (second from right looks like Greg Sheldon)
Front: Jeff Barnes (Goal Keeper)





1966 U/13B
Coach: Mr Parker







1966 U/15
Back: Alan Bottemley, Greg Davis, Geoff Delaney, Ian Fenton, Michael Adlam, Dave Vance
Middle: Greg Admendson, Dave Flaskit, Peter Greuter (Coach), Vern Wentzler (Manager),
Mark Turner, Bill Grant
Front: GoalKeeper: Laurie McGrath





1966 U/16
Mr OLeldon, Sheldon brothers (standing each end), Luigi

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Below are some old team photos from 1965
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1965 U/7B
Manager: Vic Lawson, Coaches: Michael Adlam & David Vance
Team: Bill Sansom, Scott Campbell...





1965 U/8A
Coach: Andrew Donaldson, Manager: Ron Smith.
Back Row: Bob Kay, Unidentified, Brett Johnstone, Jonathon Miles
Front Row: T (Lee) Phillips (Capt), Paul Woodhouse, Mr Ron Smith, Jeff Smith, Gary Martin
Front: Michael Gray





1965 U/8B
Manager: Brian Lewis, Coach: David Proffitt
Back Row: Marcus Fairfax, Stuart Barrie, ?Jordan?, Ralf Cullen,?Harvey?, ?Gordan Russel?
Front Row: Glen Lewis, Wayne Kennedy
Unidentified: Andrew Miles


Detective Bruce Reports...
Harvey? is Colin Harvey.



Detective Marcus Fairfax reports...
3rd from left is Alan Cohen, not 'Jordan' as suggested.
2nd from right is Glen Lewis
1st on right is Andrew Miles
Front Row: 1st on right is Anthony Day





1965 U/8C
Coach: John Weldon
Whiltshire, Ianne Murray, Tim Smith, Paul Cook, Jon Brooker





1965 U/9 Div 1
Back Row: Wayne Griffiths, Greg Ode, Ray Ludeke, Andrew Vander Helder, Peter Samson,
Graham Jenkins, Geof. Masters
Front Row: Brian Weldon, Mr John Weldon, Mr Neville Jenkins, Edward Brown
Front: Steven Dulfer





1965 U/9C
Back Row: Economides, Matthew Jones, Paul Davies, Grant Wilson
Front Row: Trevor Watson, Edward Butcher, Mr Butcher, John Ellis, Steven Taylor





1965 U/11A
Manager Ian Nottle, Coaches: P Langelaar & P Cox
Back Row: Ted Cox, Frank Martin, Neil Ferguson, Mr Peter Langelaar, Unknown, Scott Saddler
Front Row: Unknown, Trevor Barnabas, Mr Ian Nottle, Kim Sweeny, Richard Nottle
Front: Unknown
Not identified in Photo: Grant Sheldon


Detective Digby Reports...
Bill Sykes in front? Middle row on extreme left I think is Peter Croft





1965 U/11C
Manager: Mr Vic Saxton
Back Row (l to r): Kim Jones, Peter Watts, Steven O'Connor, Greg Wetzler, Neville Jay,
Ken Blanchard, Ian Ockerby
Front Row: Stuart Davidson, Malcom Proffit, William Paul, Ross Brewer, Kim Hewson





1965 U/11C
Manager: Mr Vic Saxton, Coach: Gary Chappell
Team: Wetzler, Ian Occerby, Ross Brewer, Malcolm Proffitt,


Detective Digby Reports...
Greg Wetzler is back row, last on right





1965 U/12A
Manager: Mr Jack Barnes, Coach Peter Langelaar
Team: Stephen Ode (Capt), Ian Carpenter


Detective Digby Reports...
Geoff Barnes holding the ball, maybe?





1965 U/13
Back Row: may have Martin and Adlam in this row
Front Row: Unidentified, Wetzler, Michael Clark, Mr Tom Clark, Colin Sweeny, Jeff Kennedy, Skein


Detective Digby Reports...
Terry Parker I think, middle row, second from left

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Below are some old team photos from 1964
Can you help to identify people in them?
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1964 U/7A
Back Row: Matthew Jones, Grant Wilson, Michael Gray, Unknown, Brett Johnstone
Front Row: Unknown, Russel Pearson, Mr Ivan Martin, Robert Kay Capt.,
Unknown parent, Paul Woodhouse, Gary Martin
Coaches Hilton Woodhouse & A Donaldson, Manager: Ivan Martin
Unidentified players: P Cleasby, N Connelly, H Snellgrove





1964 U/7C
Manager: Laurie Harvey
Team: B Andrew, T Berensen, G Chapman, G Collins, John Douglas (GK in Photo),
B Gamble, D Gamble, C Harvey Capt, M Maxwell, J Brooker, M Horrocks, J Lawson






1964 U/8B
Back Row: John Thompson, Steven Davies, Richard Revill, Stephen Taylor, Andrew Vander Helder, Michael Thompson, M Menon
Front Row: Geoffrey Masters, Edward Brown, Mr John Weldon, John Adams, Brian Weldon (Capt)
Front : Graham Jory






1964 U/9A
Back Row George Bannerman, Richard Smart, Lester Potts, Ken Partridge, Peter Trick, Warren Elliot, Greg Beness.
Front Row: Tony Miles, David Waller, Mr Norman Fletcher, Reginald Smith, Peter Ross






1964 U/10B
Manager: Don Fenton     Coach: Les Rayner
Back Row: Peter Poole, Toby Jones, Ken Blanshard, Ken Fenton, Noel Springer
Centre: Rex Wainwright, Greg Wetzler, Bruce McLean
Front: Ross Brewer, Bill Sykes, Ian Ockerby

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1964 U/10C
Manager David Mackie
Full Team: G Blair, J Clark, S Davidson, P Gray, K Jones, C Marcinek, S Mulvogue, S Pearson, P Watson, M Wilson Capt., M Windridge, D Holland.


Detective Digby Reports...
Stuart Davidson second from left in back row

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Below are some old team photos from 1963
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1963 U/9A - updated details 30/05/10
Back Row: Peter Davison (Coach), Bill Sykes, Trevor Barnabas, Neil Ferguson, Scott Saddler,
Roger White, Mark Watts, Alan Watts (Manager)
Front Row: Ian Ockerby, Bruce McLean, Frank Martin (holding ball), Ted Cox, Kim Sweeny Unidentified: T Beveridge


Detective Digby Reports...
Bill Sykes is first on left in back row (not Frank Martin). Frank Martin is holding the ball. Then going across back row, from Bill not sure of next two but then you have Scott Sadler, Roger White (I'm pretty sure) and Mark Watts.


Detective Bruce Reports...
'Unidentified' on the far right is Mark Watts (standing next to his father Alan)
The boy on the far left of the back row is Bill Sykes, not Frank Martin.
Frank is in the front row holding the ball.





U/8D Team 1963
Back Row: Michael Gray, Mark Jordan, Michael Nottle, Mr John Weldon, Craig Anthony,
George Bannerman (Capt), Simon Davison
Front Row: Jonathon Miles, Jimmy MacLean, Wayne Griffiths, Graham Jory, Ian Wright, Brian Weldon





U8C Team 1963
Adults: Ken Crowe, John Weldon, Norman Fletcher
Back Row: Stuart Barrie, Toby Richardson, William Paul, Michael Nottle, Steven Revill, Ray Ludeke
Front Row: Douglas Symon, Peter Barrie, Gregory Symon, Ian Crowe, Tony Howard
Absent from Photo: W Steel, M Jones

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Below are some old team photos from 1961
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1961 ? 
You may be interested in these old photos.
The interesting one is the non-Seaforth strip. I think it's 1961, I think the team was called "Manly United" or something like that, and it was a team of Seaforth/North Balgowlah boys the year before Seafoth Club started.
top left : 2 Poole brothers, Richard Nottle, Neil Ferguson, John Weldon, Peter Trick, Ted Cox,
Kim Sweeney, Ken Partridge
bottom left : unknown, Trevor Barnabas, unkown, unkown, Mark Watts
Photos & info supplied by Ted Cox



1961 ? 




1961 ? 




1961 U10/A 


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Below are some old team photos from 1997
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1997 U6 
Back row:
Front row: 2nd on left Mitch Wright

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Below are some old team photos from 1998
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1998 U7 
Back row: last on right Mitch Wright
Front row:

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DRAFT CLUB HISTORY

The photos (on right) were kindly lent to the club for the purpose of sharing them via this website by the Ludeke family.

They are of the MWJSA gala Day in the mid 60's down at Millers Reserve.

In the first photo Cameron Bannerman can be seen leading the Seaforth parade with the club banner that he designed. The banner was sewn by Joyce Ludeke.

A Progress association meeting in Tottenham St North Balgowlah discussed the need for organised youth activities in the Balgowlah Seaforth area.

1962: 2 teams from North Balgowlah/Seaforth were gathered together and registered with Manly Soccer club coached by John Weldon

Seaforth Soccer Club founded by John Weldon and Richard Nottle. A black and white colour scheme was adopted and a uniform designed by Cameran Bannerman.

1963: The club started in ernest with four U/8 teams and the two original teams, now U/9 and U/11. Two other clubs entered the Manly Warringah competition that year; they were Allambie and Narrabeen which explains why Seaforth and Narrabeen ended up with the same colours.

At the end of the year the association held a march past, and Seaforth won the marching competition. We also had a six foot kite flying high above the crowd with the famous Seaforth Stag painted on it in black and white. The Seaforth contingent of the march was led by Cameron dressed in a kilt and playing the bagpipes.

1964: The club became a youth Club with the addition of the Netball activity.

1966: The club membership reached 600 after just three years. In the Summer of 66 the cricket activity was added. Other sports such as athletics, chess, gymnastics and social tennis were also added to the clubs activities.

Picnic Days:
During the early years the club held yearly picnic days. These involved novelty races, soccer and netball. The boys were forced to play netball and the girls had to play soccer. At first the picnic days were held at the National fitness centre at Narrabeen, but as the club grew the Fitness centre refused to hire out their grounds to the Club because their ammenities were insufficient to cope with such a large crowd.

Parent events:
At lunch the husband and wife competition involved a rolling pin throwing and brick throwing competition. I distinctly remember Ron Smith, alias Mr Super Crisp, winning the brick throwing competition with a winning throw of over 150 meters. The only thing that stopped the brick was a tree at the far end of St Ives showground. Rumour had it that his brick was made out of foam and dipped in brick dust and attached to 100 meters or so of elastic but the judges accepted the throw and the record stands to this day.

One year there was a ladies versus men football game. The ladies were allowed to pick up the ball and punt it whereas the men had to play soccer. John Weldon, announced the game as the MC, then the women and mens teams ran onto the field. One of the women ran on to the field about 20 yards behind the rest of the team, in bare feet. There was just something a little odd about her. She had mutton chop side levers poking out under her permed hair. After about 5 minutes of play the men started to wise up to the fact that there was just something a bit peculiar about this bare footed woman that could kick the ball the length of the field. Spectators could be heard asking each other, "Who is that rough woman?" Eventually the men all dive tackled the woman and took his wig off.

The Club took over a hall in Kangaroo street Manly and organised U/18 dances.

The club lobbied Manly council for playing fields in the Seaforth area. Eventually a site was selected at Bantry Bay. I remember standing on a rock and looking down on the proposed area and seeing three football field sized semi-clearings. The soccer fields were not hard to visualise even before the oval was built. However we heard that on the night that the Seaforth oval proposal was to go before council, we didn't have the numbers. A quick ring around the Seaforth Club phone tree, had so many members turn up to the visitor's gallery at the council chambers, that the crowd spilt out onto the street blocking the Corso. The proposal ended up being approved unanimously.

Tom Clarke/Phil Russel:
The first Seaforth team to progress from the juniors to the all age divisions was coached by Tom Clarke. The team took the all age division by storm. They won both the U/21 state wide Robinson cup and later on, the all age state wide amateur cup as well as the top division of the local Manly Warringah competition a number of times. Their centre back was called George rubber knees. He could tackle a player from behind with committing a foul. I was convinced whilst watching him that he could dislocate his knee at will to perform the impossible; I just don't know how he did it.

Phil Collins (not the drummer)
In 1975 the Club had two teams in the top MWSA division, finishing 1st and 2nd. The club hadn't just come of age but was completely dominating Manly Warringah. In 1976 the MWSA launched its Premier League competition and in the first year of the competition the club had one team win the competition and the other finish in the middle. Seaforth is the only club ever to have had two full squads in the Premier League. The team that won the Premier League that year also won the U21 Robinson Cup and the U21 Champion of Champions. This team was coached by Phil Collins and included Reg Smith and Dave Waller; two club legends.

Metropolitan League.
1976:
The club entered a squad (first and reserve grade) into the Metropolitan League. Other clubs in the league included Reevesby, Epping YMCA and Maccadonia. In the first year the team finished in the top four. An U21 team was assembled from the squad and won the Robinson Cup.

1977
In 1977 the club won the Metropolitan League. The club then applied to enter State league but was rejected by the MWSA (now MWFA) on the grounds that the area already had teams from Manly united and Warringah Saints enter in the League.

Premier League
1978
The metropolitan league was disbanded. Unfortunately Phil Collins moved to Terrey Hills and took half the squad with him, however the vacancies were filled by the previous year's U/18 team. The younger players included Maurice and David Springfield, Jimmy DeStigter and Greg Hayes.

Reg Smith (the fox)
The long climb back to the top:
In 1983 the club returned to the top four and improved on that position the following year coming second.

1985
The Squad won the Premier League and also the Champion of champions. In this year Jim Ferry scored more goals than the team that came 2nd.

1986
Won Premier League

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GRAHAM JENKINS
(ex Seaforth player early 60s)
wishes to make contact with players...


I have to tell you how I stumbled across your website the other day. I am 53 years old and lived in Sydney between 1964-1966, and within a week or so of landing in Australia, I joined Seaforth Youth club and played Under 9's and Under 10's for 'you' for the 2 years I was there. I won the 'best and fairest' award for both years, and they were such happy times. I moved back to UK when my father had to return from his assignment in the Royal Navy in Sydney. I have sadly only been back to Australia once in all those years - although I still regarded it as 'going home'.

I was amazed to see the black and white photos on your history page and remembered the names Ludeke and Bannerman... their children were both in my team and I have such great memories of Ray and Tom from those days.

The driving force at Seaforth, for my age range, was Brian Sheldon - a great man.
I attended North Balgowlah School, and lived in Woolgoolga Street.

If you ever stumble across anyone who remembers me or any memorabilia relating to my days at the club - old newsletters or photos, I cannot tell you how pleased I would be to receive them, and if you know the whereabouts of Ray Ludeke or Tom Bannerman, then please say hi from me.

I plan to come to Sydney for 6 months in the next year or so, and will be sure to seek out the new soccer talent at Seaforth.

My best regards and thanks to all Seaforth people who made 1964-1966 the happiest days for me.

Graham Jenkins
Email: graham.jenkins@consultant-connection.com

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PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS



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2011 PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS

Carpenter Trophy Best Goal Average Junior 1st Division
W16/1A

Seaforth FC Best junior Goal Average other than 1st Division
U11/4

Radford Family Trophy Best Goal Average Senior Team
U18/2B

Bannerman Trophy Team Effort
U11/1

D.R. Robinson Shield Best Team Record
W16/1A

Seaforth FC Women's Achievement Award
W OPEN DIV1

Radford Family Shield Encouragement Award
U11/5

Jenkins Family Memorial Shield Most Improved U14/3

Senior Goalkeeping Award
Frank MacDonagh

Martin Mood Memorial Junior Goalkeeping Award
Lachlan Hardie

Phil Smealie Women's Achievement Award
Georgina McDonnell

Dalby Family Trophy Junior Player of the Year
Sam Raward

Seaforth FC Coaches Award
Mark Hunt

Club Person of the Year
Geoff Drane

2010 Life Member
NIL

Champions / KO Winners
11/1, 11/4, W16/1A, AL1R

Comp Winners / KO Runners up
10/4, 11/2

Competition Runners Up
12/3, WAL1, AL1

Comp R/U & KO Runners Up
11/3

KO Runners Up
W11/2, W18/3, AL3

Comp Runners Up & KO Winners
18/2B






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2009 PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS


Carpenter Trophy Best Goal Average Junior 1st Division W13/1


Seaforth FC Best junior Goal Average other than 1st Division 10/5


Radford Family Trophy Best Goal Average Senior Team 18/3


Bannerman Trophy Team Effort 11/3


D.R. Robinson Shield Best Team Record W13/1


Seaforth FC Women’s Achievement Award W14/1


Radford Family Shield Encouragement Award 11/5


Jenkins Family Memorial Shield Most Improved WO35/3


Senior Goalkeeping Award Mitch Wright


Martin Mood Memorial Junior Goalkeeping Award Lachlan Pollett


Phil Smealie Women’s Achievement Award Alex Miller


Dalby Family Trophy Junior Player of the Year Tyler Egger


Seaforth FC Coaches Award Guy Troughton


Club Person of the Year Phil Gardner


2008 Life Member Digby Hughes


Competition Winners & KO Winners 11/3, W13/1


Competition Winners & KO Runners Up W14/1


Competition Winners 12/3


Competition Runners Up & KO Runners Up W16/3, 18/3, U21B


Competition Runners Up 11/2


KO Winners 13/1, PL Res


KO Runners Up 10/4, 12/4, U21A, AL4, AL5, WO 4


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2008 PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS

Carpenter Trophy Best Goal Average Junior 1st Division: W12/1

Seaforth Football Club Best Junior Goal Average other than 1st Division: 14/3

Radford Family Trophy Best Goal Average Senior Team: AL1's

Radford Family Shield Encouragement Award: 15/1

Martin Mood Memorial Junior Goalkeeping Award: Cobi Stevens (14/1)

Jenkins Family Memorial Shield Most Improved: 14/3 (2007 = mid table)

Bannerman Trophy Team Effort: 12/4

D.R. Robinson Shield Best Team Record: 12/2

Seaforth Football Club Coaches Award: Peter Tredinnick (W12/1)

Phil Smealie Ladies Achievement Award: Nina Newcombe (WU14/1)

Club Person of the Year: Alan Glixman

2007 Life Member: Richard Wright

Seaforth Football Club Women's Achievement Award: W12/1

Senior Goalkeeping Award: Scott Bidder (AL1's)

Dalby Family Trophy Junior Player of the Year: Ben Styles (U15/1)

Competition Winners and KO winners: W12/1

Competition Winners and KO Joint winners: U12/2

Competition Winners and KO Runners up: AL1's

Competition Winners: U12/4, U14/3

Competition Runners Up and KO Winners: W14/2

Competition Runners Up and KO Joint winners: AL2/R, 15/3

Competition Runners Up and KO runners Up: 11/4, 11/5

KO Runners Up: O35/1b

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2007 PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS


Carpenter Trophy Best Goal Average Junior 1st Division: Ladies 12/1A

Seaforth Football Club Best Junior Goal Average other than 1st Division: 16/2

Radford Family Trophy Best Goal Average Senior Team: Ladies 18/2

Radford Family Shield Encouragement Award: 18/1

Martin Mood Memorial Junior Goalkeeping Award: Rory O'Brien

Jenkins Family Memorial Shield Most Improved: Ladies 14/4

Bannerman Trophy Team Effort: 11/3

D.R. Robinson Shield Best Team Record: Ladies 18/2

Seaforth Football Club Coaches Award: Ian McKellar

Phil Smealie Ladies Achievement Award: Georgina Mc Donnell

Club Person of the Year: Graham Styles

2006 Life Member: Daniel Trevor

Seaforth Football Club Women's Achievement Award: Ladies 12/1B

Competition Winners and KO winners: Ladies 18/2

Competition Winners and KO Runners up: Ladies Open Div 5, Over35/2A

Competition Winners: 16/2

Competition Runners Up: 10/1, 18/2, AL2R

Competition Runners Up and KO runners Up: 11/3,AL1R, Ladies 12/1A

KO Winners: 10/2, Ladies 14/4, AL5

KO Runners Up: 11/5, 18/3

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2006 PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS

Carpenter Trophy Best Goal Average Junior 1st Division: Ladies 14/1
Seaforth Football Club: Best Junior Goal Average other than 1st Division
Radford Family Trophy Best Goal Average Senior Team: 18/3
Radford Family Shield Encouragement Award: 13/2B
Senior Goalkeeping Award: Scott Bidder
Martin Mood Memorial Junior Goalkeeping Award: Cobi Stevens
Jenkins Family Memorial Shield Most Improved: 15/2
Bannerman Trophy Team Effort: Ladies 12/3
D.R. Robinson Shield Best Team Record: 10/4
Club Coach of the Year: Peter Sate
Phil Smealie Ladies Achievement Award: Rachel Waller
Dalby Family Trophy Junior Player of the Year: Angus Gardner
Club Person of the Year: Scott Greuter
2005 Life Members: Dave Waller, Glenn Hammond

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OLD NEWSLETTERS


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    SFC Newsletter Vol #2 - 23rd June 2007

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    SFC Newsletter Vol #1 - 19th May 2007

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    - Seaforth F.C. Newsletter - Vol 5 - 22nd July 2006

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    - Seaforth F.C. Newsletter - Vol 4 - 17th June 2006

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    - Seaforth F.C. Newsletter - Vol 3 - 27th May 2006

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    - Seaforth F.C. Newsletter - Vol 2 - May 2006

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    - Seaforth F.C. Newsletter - Vol 1 - April 2006

Vol #10 (August 2005) Seaforth FC Newsletter
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    - August 2005 newsletter

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