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Emu Plains JRLFC Lester, Gary and Prichard, Greg, Bound for Glory: Story of the Penrith Panthers (1992) ISBN 0-949853-48-8.
Emu Plains JRLFC Emu Plains JRLFC has produced multiple top grade NRL players. Luke Rooney (1989–1995), Trent Waterhouse (A Grade 2001), Tulsen Tollett (1988–1990), Andrew Ryan (C Grade 1995), Shane Rodney (U/17 2000), Danny Galea (A Grade 1996-1998) Chris Levy (1990–1995) and Hilton Sheens (cousin of George Sheens, grandfather of Tim Sheens, Percy Dukes local cricketer and all round sportsman ) can all claim an Emu Plains JRLFC origin. Former top grade players that have coached/trained/played in a side at Emu Plains include Barry Walker, Colin van der Voort, Peter Kelly, Peter Lewis, Lenny Stacker, John Farragher and Neville Glover. Also "Bluff" Colless, relative of former Penrith Mayor Alfred Colless is thought to have been linked with Emu Plains.
Emu Plains JRLFC By the 1920s, the Western Districts League had a sub-office in Blacktown and the competition included teams from Auburn, Lidcombe, a number around Parramatta, Wentworthville, St. Marys, Blacktown, Riverstone, Windsor, Emu Plains and Penrith.
Emu Plains JRLFC Emu Plains' colours were originally blue and white and because of this they were commonly known as the Emu Blues. By the 1960s, there were multiple teams in blue and white, including Newtown, Canterbury and a number of Junior League clubs such as the Penrith Warratahs. So Emu added red to their uniform, and this is the tri-colour the club has today.
Emu Plains JRLFC In 1927 Emu Plains decided to field a private team in the Blue Mountains competition - under the banner of "Emu Gravel Company". "They were big buggers, tough as bags" said Jack Lack.