WA Reds

WA Reds

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WA Reds

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The WA Reds are a rugby league football club based in Perth, Western Australia. They are currently controlled by the Western Australia Rugby League, and have a junior team in the S. G. Ball Cup Competition.

Founded in 1992 as the Western Reds, they entered into the Australian Rugby League competition in 1995. They continued for two seasons before defecting to the rival Super League competition in 1997, where they rebranded themselves as the Perth Reds. However, by the end of the year the Reds had become a casualty of the Super League War peace deal and were shut down. The Reds entered a state of limbo for the next decade but were revived as a lower-level club in 2006 by the WARL and ARL, under the name WA Reds.


Western Reds (1992–1996)

The Reds had recruited well in 1993–94, and signed Peter Mulholland as their first coach. St George fullback Michael Potter, twice winner of the Dally M, 1992 Rookie of year and CLEO bachelor of the year Matthew Rodwell were two of the major signings.Their first game, played at the WACA, was watched by a record 24,392, with the Reds defeating St George 28–16. When News Limited began its "blitzkrieg" in April 1995, the Reds aligned themselves with Super League along with nine other Australian Rugby League clubs. That season the Reds were the best performing of the three expansion teams introduced, winning 11 of their 22 games, including 8 at home, which drew an average crowd of around 13,000, larger than that of...
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