HISTORY

The Brighton Seagulls were founded in December 1965 by Bruce Hartley and John May.

In 1966 they entered four teams into the St George Junior League with Peter Hamlin as the clubs President. That year the Under 11s won the competition losing only one game for the season.

The clubs first International player was Brad MacKay, graded in 1987 after a total of nine seasons with the club.

Some of our former players who have played first grade are Jason Stevens, Geoff Hardy, Bart Williams, Brad MacKay, Kurt Landers, Garry Jenkins, Randall Barge, Brad Perry, Greg Totten, Steve Funnell, Darren Brown, David Nui, Scott Freestone, Bill Noke, Scott Thompson and Terry Sands.

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COMMITTEE

Season 2022

President - Bruce Hartley
Secretary - Josh Miles
Treasurer - Sarah Post
Senior Vice President & Registrar - Kayleen Lenzo

 

LIFE MEMBERS

  1. Bruce Hartley (1970)

  2. John May (1970)

  3. Bruce Greenstein (1971) 

  4. Ron Pearce (1978)

  5. Kevin Woodbridge (1978) 

  6. Keven Hayes (1980) 

  7. Steve Pugh (1982)

  8. Col Smithers (1984)

  9. Warren Thompson (1986)

  10. Chris Wallace (1986)

  11. Fred Cooper (1987)

  12. Margaret Blackman (1991)

  13. Glenn Wallace (1993)

  14. Wayne Wilson (1993)

  15. Brad Mackay (1994)

  16. Clayton Blackman (1995)

  17. Phil Blackman (1995)

  18. Lyn Pearce (1996)

  19. Jason Stevens (1997)

  20. Martin Evans (1997)

  21. Geoff Dickson (2000)

  22. Mitchell Sim (2001)

  23. Kevin Stainer (2001)

  24. Willy Cooper (2003)

  25. Sandra Hayward (2004)

  26. Adam Hume (2004)

  27. Jeff Fountain (2005)

  28. Darren Gulliver (2005)

  29. Gary McCallum (2006)

  30. Mick Rowe (2006)

  31. Neil Pugsley (2007)

  32. Rod Wilson (2007)

  33. Robert Burke (2008)

  34. Steve Vella (2009)

  35. Jason Sim (2009)

  36. Kerrie Stainer (2010)

  37. Debbie Henderson (2011)

  38. Sean Giles (2012)

  39. Cheyne Sim (2012)

  40. Ryan MacDonald (2014)

  41. Joe Sokkar (2014)

  42. James Brickwood (2017)