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Zetland Magpies The Zetland Magpies are an Australian semi-professional rugby league football team based in Zetland, New South Wales, a suburb of south-central Sydney they play in the South Sydney District Junior Rugby Football League.
Manukau Magpies The following players have played for Manukau and gone on the make the New Zealand Kiwis: Dean Bell 1983-89; Ian Bell 1978-83; Walter Brimble, Wilfred Brimble 1938; Jack Brodrick, Rangi Chase 1937-38; Clayton Friend 1982-91; Doug Gailey 1974, Lummy Graham 1970; Jack Hemi 1936-39; Jack McLeod 1937-38, George Mitchell, Hawea Mataira 1939; George Nepia 1937; Frank Pickrang 1936; Pita Ririnui 1939; Kelly Shelford 1989-91; Steve Watene 1936-37; Tommy Trevarthan 1936; Nick Wright 1983.
Hay Magpies The Hay Magpies is a rugby league football club based in the town of Hay, in the western Riverina of New South Wales, Australia. Since 2007 the club has competed in Group 20 in South Western NSW, which is governed by the Country Rugby League (CRL). Prior to this the club had competed in Group 17. The Hay Magpies were the most successful team in the history of Group 17, winning 12 premierships. The team colours are black, white and silver and the club is named after the ubiquitous Australian magpie.
Hay Magpies Senior rugby league was suspended in the district during World War II.  In 1947 district clubs reformed into what was known as the Western Zone competition, comprising Hay, Darlington Point, Goolgowi, Carrathool and two teams from Hillston ('Town' and 'Country').  Hay won the premiership in 1950 under the coaching of ‘Johnno’ Johnston; playing in black and white jerseys they had a hard-fought 7-5 win over their arch-rivals Goolgowi.
Hay Magpies The team of the century named was Fullback Alf Dancey, Wingers Philip Carver, Dean Whitehead, Centres Laurie Foley (Captain) and Colin Wright Five Eight Les Jackson, Half Back Neil John Nisbet, Lock Neil Scobie, Second row Michael Johnston and Michael Fitzpatrick, Props Billy Curtis Allen (Nugget) Schiller, Hooker Danny Byrnes, RESERVES - Geoff Snowden, Gary Crawford, Billy Poole, Fred Hobbs, Peter (Zi) Scott, John Curtis. Coach : Kevin Goldspink.