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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

The man who started it all Ted Egan AO

Ted Egan AO

Edward “Ted” Joseph Egan AO (born 6 July 1932) is an Australian folk musician and was a public servant and who was the eighteenth Administrator of the Northern Territory from October 31 2003 and October 30 2007.

He was born in Coburg Melbourne, moving to the Northern Territory in 1949 at age of 16, in search of work and adventure. In his early years with the Department f Aboriginal Affairs he was mainly in the bush, and engaged in jobs like stockwork and crocodile hunting while employed as a patrol officer and reserve Superintendent. Later he was a teacher at bush schools.


Ted was awarded the Order of Australia (AM) in the 1991 Honors List for services to the Aboriginal People and for ‘an ongoing contribution to the literary heritage of Australia through song and verse’ and then appointed an AO in 2004. He was a member of the first Reconciliation Council.


He was a prolific writer and performer of contemporary folk songs. Many such as ‘Gurindji Blues’ recognize Indigenous heritage. He is reportedly the man who introduced Rolf Harris to the song Two Little boys.


Ted was recently listed amongst “Australia’s National Living Treasures” by the National Trust of Australia.


Ted was originally one of the founding members of the Works and Housing (now Nightcliff) football club in 1950 and played for two seasons in which he played approximately 20 games for Works and Housing.


In 1952 he was seconded by the then Bishop O’loughlin and asked to co- operate with Father Aubrey Collins to form the St Marys Football Club.


The express purpose of St Marys was to provide opportunities for Tiwi Island footballers (who worked in groups of around 40 at the time for both the RAAF and Army) to play in the Darwin competition, as no other club except Wanderers would accept full blood Aboriginals


Ted was elected Captain at the start of the 1952/53 season which was St Marys first year in the competition and played until 1955/56. He played approximately 60 NTFL games and was captain of St Marys first premiership side in 1954/55. He played over half the season of 1955/56 when he was sent bush and missed playing in St Marys premiership of that year. He is an Honory and Financial life member of St Marys

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