premierships


premierships
n. position of the chief official, position of the leaderpre·mi·er·ship || 'prɪ'mɪrʃɪp ,'prɪːmjərʃɪp /'premɪəʃɪp

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  • Carlton Football Club premierships — The Carlton Football Club has been involved in 29 VFL/AFL Grand Finals from 1897 2006, winning 16 premiership titles.Notable Grand Finals = An infamous battle between Carlton and South Melbourne (now Sydney Swans), in which the game became… …   Wikipedia

  • St. George Illawarra Dragons Honours — Premierships (0/9)= St. George Illawarra Dragons have never won a Grand Final, St George won 15 Premierships as a Stand Alone Club.Runners up (1/9)Minor Premierships (0/9)St. George Illawarra Dragons have never came first in a season.Wooden Spoon …   Wikipedia

  • Brisbane Broncos Toyota Cup Honours — Premierships (0/1)= The Broncos have never won a Grand Final.Runners up (1/1)Minor Premierships (0/1)The Broncos have never finished first in the regular season.Wooden Spoon (0/1)The Broncos have never finished last in a season.Finals Appearances …   Wikipedia

  • Wests Tigers Honours — Premierships (1/8)Runners up (0/8)Wooden Spoon (0/8){| class= wikitable style= text align:left; Wests Tigers has never came last in a season.Finals Appearances (1/8){| class= wikitable style= text align:left; 2005 …   Wikipedia

  • New Zealand Warriors Honours — PremiershipsWooden Spoon (0/14){| class= wikitable The Warriors have never came last in a season.Finals Appearances (5/14)2001, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008 …   Wikipedia

  • Penrith Panthers Honours — Premierships (2/41)Wooden Spoon (4/41)World Club Challanges (0/2)Finals Appearances (8/41)1985, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1997*, 2000, 2003, 2004 …   Wikipedia

  • List of Australian rugby league grand final records — Premierships= Most Runners Up In A RowHighest Scoring Grand FinalLowest Scoring Grand Final …   Wikipedia

  • List of National Rugby League Grand Final records — Premierships (1998 2008)= Highest Scoring Grand Finals (1998 208)Most Goals In A Grand Final (1998 2008) …   Wikipedia

  • Essendon Football Club — Essendon Names Full name Essendon Football Club Nickname(s) Bombers Motto Suaviter in Modo, Fortiter in R …   Wikipedia

  • Port Adelaide Football Club — This article is about the Australian Football League club. For the South Australian National Football League club, see Port Adelaide Football Club (SANFL). Port Adelaide Names Full name Port Adelaide Football Club Ltd …   Wikipedia


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