St George Dragons: 1989-98, 207 games. 56t (224pts).
St George Illawarra Dragons: 1999, 15 games. 5t (20pts)
TOTAL: 1989-1999, 222 games. 61t (242pts).
Qld rep (1990&92-97). Aust rep (1995-97).
Played in 1992, 1993 and 1996 grand finals.
Fought back a form slump to regain his first grade spot
in 1999 before injury forced him out the starting lineup
for that year's grand final.
As winger, he scored the match winning try for Qld in
the 1994 State of Origin against NSW. With one minute
to go and trailing 12-10, the Maroons began deep in
their own half. The ball went through 10 sets of hands
before Coyne took the final pass to score.
Donated the proceeds of his testimonial dinner to children's
charity and later spoke out in favour of the Dragons
returning to Kogarah Jubilee Oval.
In 2004, Mark Coyne was named on the revamped NRL judiciary
1985-96, 207 games. 104t, 229g (874pts).
NSW rep (1990)
Walgett junior. Australian schoolboy rep against NZ
Ricky Walford was the competition's leading point scorer
in 1989, Country Origin rep in 1989 and was named as
a fringe candidate in the Australian squad in 1990.
Represented Aboriginal side on tour of Tonga in 1990.
Scored a try in 1992 grand final and also played in
the 1993 grand final.
A wonderful finisher and classy goal kicker, Walford
went on to surpass 200 club games and score 972 points
for the club in all grades, second only to Graeme Langlands.
A great club man and enduring figure, Ricky Walford
retired in 1995 but made himself available during Saints'
turbulent period of early 1996.
Always a contributor, Ricky Walford continued with community
work in the St George district.
St George Dragons: 1987-94, 117 games. 22t, 13g (114pts).
Illawarra Steelers: 1996-1998, 56 games. 8t, 5g (42pts).
St George Illawarra Dragons: 1999, 24 games. 3t, 4g
TOTAL: 1987-1999, 197 games. 33t, 22g (176pts).
Lock forward. Centre. Five eighth.
NSW rep (1989-95).
Aust rep (1990 & 1992-93).
St George junior, Mackay scored three tries on debut
for Australia in 1990.
In 1993, he became one of only two players in history
to win the Clive Churchill medal in a losing grand final
A versatile utility player, Brad Mackay played for St
George before accepting the captaincy of the Western
Reds in 1995. Following the Perth club's decision to
join Super League, Mackay moved back east to join Illawarra
before finally coming back to Saints when the joint
venture was formed in 1999.
Following a stint in the UK, Brad Mackay went on to
play in Thirroul and take up a job as a Fireman.
In 2003, he was active in fund raising for the Joanne
Mackay Helping Hand Foundation following the passing
of wife, Joanne from breast cancer in 2002.