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Wests Rugby The Bulldog mascot was adopted in 1956. The club's blue and white jerseys were changed to red, white and blue in 1959 to be more distinguishable from the Brothers' colours, but were finally changed to green and gold in 1961 when Wests amalgamated with the Toowong Rugby Club. The merger prompted a shift of home ground from Normanby in Spring Hill to Memorial Park at Sylvan Road in Toowong.
Wests Rugby Wests won the first grade Premiership in 1977, the club's 23rd season in the competition.Stan Pileki and Trevor Davies were the props in the team that was captained by Geoff Wessling.
Wests Rugby In 1985, Wests won its second Premiership, and went on to become Australian Club champions in 1986 by defeating Parramatta. Later that year, Wests played Toulouse in the final of the World Club Championship, losing 11-6.
Wests Rugby Wests had six players selected for Australia at the inaugural 1987 Rugby World Cup; Roger Gould, Troy Coker, Bill Campbell, Julian Gardner, and Brian Smith. The depth of future talent at the club in 1987 was illustrated when Wests won all three Colts grade (under 19) premierships on the same day. Thirteen players from the Colts I team went on to representative honours; most notably Phil de Glanville, the future England Captain, who played at centre.
Wests Lions The West Lions are a Rugby union club based in the Belconnen area of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
Wests (drink) Located next to the production factory, Wests' Factory shop offers the range of Wests' products as well as general convenience store products. In addition, an R18 section offers a variety of alcoholic products.
Wests Panthers The club's roots trace back to the first game of rugby league played in the state - a game between North Brisbane and Toombul in 1909. By 1914, a club from Toowong had also entered the Brisbane junior competition, and by 1915 it had merged with North Brisbane senior club, forming the Western Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club.
Wests Panthers After winning their first premiership in 1916, they became the first major club in Queensland to go through the season undefeated in 1920, something they would do again in 1922, winning the first premiership conducted by the newly formed Brisbane Rugby League. In 1927 one of the club's best known players, Tom Purtell, began 56-year association with the club. Purtell was a hooker for Wests until 1941, and was involved with the club at management level until 1969, including a 20-year unchallenged stint as President.
Wests Panthers Although they won a total of 12 premierships, their most successful period was the 1990s. Even though the Brisbane Broncos had a major effect on the standard of play and the popularity of the local club competition, Wests were runners-up in 1991, and Premiership winners in 1992 and 1993, before again being runners up in 1994. They were a founding member of the Queensland Cup in 1996, and were runners-up to Norths in 1998. However, after the turn of the century Wests were struggling financially, and following a disastrous year in 2003 when the club lost all 22 games of the season, including a club record 78-0 loss to Norths at Bishop Park, the club decided to depart the Qld Cup competition, deciding to instead guarantee their survival by participating in lower grades only, and planning to re-enter the Qld Cup competition at a later date.
Wests Panthers In 2005 Wests made the Colts (U/19) grand final, although after leading at half-time they were eventually defeated by Norths. At seasons' end the Broncos, who had had a feeder club arrangement in place with Wests for the previous few years, pulled out and linked with the Aspley Devils. At the same time Wests merged their teams with Hills District who had been playing out of the Arana Hills club, to form the Western Districts Panthers for 2006 onwards. In 2008 the Colts team then won the Fogs Challenge under the astute coaching of Craig Ingebrigtsen defeating Aspley 30-16 in the Grand Final, the clubs first premiership as a new entity.