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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


William Roe (Snr.) BEM


Bill Roe BEM was born William Ernest Roe in Broome (WA) in 1934 the eldest child of William and Mary Roe.


Bill Roe excelled in Australian Rules football and Basketball; he began his long football career from 1954 to 1967 with St. Marys Football club in Darwin.


Bill was one of the first players to play with St Marys in their first season in the NTFL. He missed the first couple of games because he was waiting for a clearance from the Wanderers Football Club.


In the 1954/55 season Bill won the prestigious NTFL Nichols Medal, he was the first St Marys player to win this award.


Bill played in seven winning Grand Finals with St Mary’s Club they were in 1954/55, 1955/56, 1958/59, 1959/60, 1961/62, 1965/66 and 1966/67.


Bill also played in the Grand Finals of 1960/61, 1967/68, 1968/69, 1969/70 and 1970/71


He won the Clubs Best and Fairest in 1954/55.


Bill was made a Life Member of the St Marys Football Club in 1959 and Life Member of the NTFL in 1973.


It is estimated that Bill played about 190 games, but unfortunately records were lost during Cyclone Tracy, so there are no correct figures.


Bill moved to Western Australia and played football for East Perth, where he played thirteen games, he played in their premiership side in 1956 and was voted best player on the ground.


Unfortunately a car accident cut short his career in the Western Australia Football League, and he moved back to Darwin and continued to play for St Marys Football Club.


In 1972 Bill coached the first Aboriginal Australian Rules Football team to play in Papua New Guinea.


Bill represented the Northern Territory in Basketball many times and played professional Basketball in Perth WA.


In 1978 Bill was awarded the BEM (British Empire Medal) in the Queens Birthday Honour list for his contribution to sports in Darwin and particularly in Aussie Rules.


Season 2001/02 has been very special to Bill as the club (St Marys Football Club) he loved and played for celebrated fifty years in the NTFL.


Bill was elevated by NAIDOC to legend status on the 12th July 2002.


Bill was inducted into NT Hall of Fame 10/11/2012


Sadly Bill passed away on the 3/04/2015

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