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About the Author
St Marys - A Short History
All St Marys players Games and Goals since 2004/05
Brother John Pye M.S.C. OAM
Interesting Facts
Letter - Just let me play for fun
Lyrics for the St Marys club song
NTFL - 2015/16 Finals Results - All Grades
AFLNT Records - All NTFL Positions in all grades - Summary
NTFL Final Standings - League
NTFL Final Standings - Reserves
NTFL Final Standings - Senior Colts, U/19's,U/18's,U/17's
NTFL Final Standings - Junior Colts,U/16's,U/15's
NTFL Final Standings - U/14's Div 1,U/14's Div 2,U/12's Div 1,U/12's Div 2,Womens,YG
NTFL Best and Fairest Medals - All Grades League - U/12's
St Marys NTFL Nichols Medallists
St Marys NTFL Best and Fairest
NTFL Best on Ground in Grand Finals all Grades
NTFL Leading Goal Kickers
St Marys NTFL Leading Goal kickers
St Marys Grand Final Medal Winners All Grades
St Marys NTFL Rising Star
St Marys Rep Players A - L
St Marys Rep Players M - Z
Anthony Vallejo
Aaron Perry
Benny Cubillo
Bill Roe BEM
Brian Long
Brian Stanislaus
Cadji Dunn
Present Great Player - Cameron Ilett
Clifford "Gympie" LewFatt
Cyril Rioli (Jnr)
Damien Berto
David Kantilla (Snr)
Dennis Dunn
Edmund Johnson
Present great Players - Ignatious Vallejo
Jack Long (Snr)
Jarred Ilett
Present Great Players - John Anstess
John Long
Present Great Player - Karl Lohde
Luke Stapleton
Michael Athanasiou
Noel Long
Present Great Players - Peter MacFarlane
Peter March
Present Great Player - Ryan Smith
Shane Ponter
Present Great Player - Shannon Rioli
St Marys Icon - Sheila Clarke
Super Coach - John Taylor
Ted Liddy
Terry Lew Fatt
The Godparents of the "Green Machine"
The Long Family
The man who started it all Ted Egan AO
Tommy Weetra
Xavier Clarke (Snr)
Premiership Players A - C
Premiership Players D - K
Premiership Players L - M
Premiership Players N - S
Premiership Players T - Z
Every St Mary's player who has played in a Grand Final
All St Marys Player Football Life members and their premierships
AFLNT - Hall of Fame
Records - Page 1
Records - Page 2
Records - Page 3
Records - Page 4
Records - Page 5
Records - Page 6
Records - Page 7
AFLNT Records - Minor Premiers and Wooden Spoons
AFLNT Records - Biggest Thrashings since 1946/47
AFLNT Records - Draw - 6 point wins in year order
St Marys and All NTFL Players who have played VFL/AFL
St Marys players to play with NT Thunder in the QAFL now NEAFL Awards
St Marys All Australian Juniors
St Marys - BOG in a Representative game
St Marys Coach, Captain and Best and Fairests of the Lower grades
St Marys Games summary Year by Year
St.Marys Honour Board
St Marys - Kamwari
St Marys Legends (100 games or more)
St Marys Life Members
St Marys longest Winning and loosing runs against all Clubs
St Marys Men at the Top
St Marys players who have kicked 7 or more goals in a match
St Marys Win - Loss record against all clubs
Summary of all St Marys coaches Win - Loss record
Summary of total number of premierships won by all clubs (All grades)
AFLNT St Marys Womens Football





One of the Territory's outstanding sportsmen of 50s and 60s Terry Lewfatt is best remembered as a basketballer and Australian Rules footballer and one of the fairest athletes to grace a sports field.


Born in 1937, the oldest of 10 children to Walter and Monica Lewfatt, Terry was evacuated to Peterborough in SA during world War Two. The family was re-united at Pine Creek in 1946 and after a year moved back to Darwin.


In Australian Rules Terry spent his whole career with the St Marys club, starting in A-grade as a 15-year-old (there was no colts or reserve grade in those years).  A player with outstanding skills on both side of hit body, Terry played in St Marys first premiership win in 1954/55 in his debut year.


By the time his career finished in 1968/69 Terry had played in seven Premierships (1954/55 and 1955/56) as a player and was Captain in1958/59 and1959/60 and three as captain-coach (1961/62, 1965/66 and1966/67). For seven seasons he was either Captain or Captain-Coach


In the 1961/62 season he became the only coach in NTFL history to coach both the A and B grade premierships in the one season.  For that he owes a debt of gratitude to his brother, Gympie, who goaled after the siren in the B-grade final against Darwin to give Saints victory by two points.


NTFL records show Terry coached the NTFL twice against North Adelaide in 1966.


Its estimated Terry would have played over 200 games with Saints and in 1970 he was awarded club life membership.


Terry is also a life member of the NTFL.


During his years as a player Terry won three club best and fairest trophies (1958/59, 1961/62 and 1962/63).Terry tied with Works captain Joe Bonson in the 1958/59 season for the Nichols Medal but lost on a countback, but like most football organisations the NTFL awarded the medal retrospectively to Terry in 1993. He finished third twice, 1961/62 to Ted Cooper (Wanderers) and 1965/66 to Rusty Moreen (Wanderers), and was in the top five or six in several other seasons.


In the 1961/62 season he was the NTFL leading goalkicker with 33 goals.


In basketball Terry was one of the great players of the 50s and 60s, although his last A-grade season was in the early 1980s when he was 44 years old.  This gives him a senior career in basketball of about 30.years duration!


In 1959 he was the only player selected in the NT side for the Australian championships in Adelaide who had played in the previous championships in Brisbane in 1954.  In all Terry played in 10 Australian basketball championships, the only 10 times in which the Territory competed.


Like football, Terry was unable to win a competition best and fairest award.  He was regularly in the top three or four players but the Pioneers club was exceptionally strong with many players taking votes away from each other.


Terry also had a 15-year career in soccer (a sport he played to keep fit for football) and in one year did win the best and fairest award in A-grade.  He was also a fine first baseman for St Marys when the club fielded a team in the baseball competition, and a tennis player of some repute.


A carpenter by trade, Terry spent most of his working life in the public service. When he took redundancy he worked for a short time as a security guard and then an administration officer with the Northern Land Council.


Sadly his wife Betty who was a Life Member of St Marys passed away in late 2000 and Terry himself passed away in late 2003 they had two children.


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