NRL 2019: Relocation, growth, Sydney workforce transfer, Central Coast Bears, Mark Geyer


Rugby league legends Mark Geyer and Gorden Tallis consider a set of key efficiency indicators must be utilized to the NRL’s Sydney golf equipment to find out who ought to relocate.

Geyer reckons clubs should be judged over the next five seasons on sponsorship , common crowd figures, on-field success and dedication to junior soccer.

So how are the Sydney golf equipment at the moment faring?

Sharks cap crisis... already?

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Foxsports.com.au has run the rule over all 9, 2019 memberships, common crowd numbers in Sydney since 2015, finals appearances and the junior gamers of their first grade squads.

BULLDOGS

Memberships: 18,273

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 15,011 (54 video games)

Juniors: Marcelo Montoya, Brandon Wakeham, Jayden Okunbor, Tuipulotu Katoa, Kayne Kalache

Finals appearances since 2014: Three

Premierships since 2014: Nil

Bulldogs fans at Belmore Sports Ground.
media_cameraBulldogs followers at Belmore Sports activities Floor.

SHARKS

Memberships: 15,795

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 12,785 (57 video games)

Juniors: Bronson Xerri, Chad Townsend, Kyle Flanagan, Billy Magoulias, Blayke Brailey, Jayden Brailey, Scott Sorensen

Finals appearances since 2014: 4

Premierships since 2014: One (2016)

The Sharks broke their title drought in 2016.
media_cameraThe Sharks broke their title drought in 2016.

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SEA EAGLES

Memberships: 12,435

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 10,529 (48 video games)

Juniors: Brad Parker, Tom Trbojevic, Jake Trbojevic

Finals appearances since 2014: Two

Premierships since 2014: Nil

Tom and Jake Trbojevic are Manly juniors.
media_cameraTom and Jake Trbojevic are Manly juniors.

EELS

Memberships: 25,250

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 14,602 (52 video games)

Juniors: Tepai Moeroa, Tim Mannah, Junior Paulo, Stefano Utoikamanu, Haze Dunster

Finals appearances since 2014: One

Premierships since 2014: Nil

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PANTHERS

Memberships: 19,920

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 13,114 (53 video games)

Juniors: Jarome Luai, Jed Cartwright, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak, Nathan Cleary, Tyrone Could, Brian To’o, Spencer Leniu, Dean Blore, Stephen Crichton, Shawn Blore, Moses Leota, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Sione Katoa, Tim Grant, Tyrell Fuimaono, Mitchell Kenny

Finals appearances since 2014: 4

Premierships since 2014: Nil

Nathan Cleary is just one of a host of local products at the Panthers.
media_cameraNathan Cleary is only one of a number of native merchandise on the Panthers.

RABBITOHS

Memberships: 29,597

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 14,358 (45 video games)

Juniors: Adam Reynolds, Alex Johnston, Dean Hawkins, Campbell Graham, James Roberts, Joshua Cook dinner, Ky Rodwell, Cameron Murray, John Sutton, Keaon Koloamatangi

Finals appearances since 2014: Three

Premierships since 2014: One (2014)

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DRAGONS

Memberships: 20,642

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years (Wollongong incl): 13,714 (56 video games)

Juniors: Tyson Frizell, Matthew Dufty, Jai Subject, Blake Lawrie, Jackson Ford, Jacob Host, Joe Lovodua, Tariq Sims, Korbin Sims, Luciano Leilua

Finals appearances since 2014: Two

Premierships since 2014: Nil

Tyson Frizell is a Dragons junior from the Corrimal Cougars.
media_cameraTyson Frizell is a Dragons junior from the Corrimal Cougars.

ROOSTERS

Memberships: 16,264

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 13,887 (49 video games)

Juniors: Lachlan Lam, Victor Radley

Finals appearances since 2014: 4

Premierships since 2014: One (2018)

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WESTS TIGERS

Memberships: 20,155

Common crowd at Sydney venues over previous 5 years: 14,226 (54 video games)

Juniors: Robbie Farah, David Nofoaluma, Luke Brooks, Chris Lawrence

Finals appearances since 2014: Nil

Premierships since 2014: Nil

Wests Tigers junior Robbie Farah at Leichhardt Oval.
media_cameraWests Tigers junior Robbie Farah at Leichhardt Oval.

Initially printed as How every Sydney NRL team stacks up as relocation debate intensifies