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1 JohnWarren 5,857,486
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,941
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,383,069
5 Rhonda.M 3,206,199
...
326 johntapner 157,261
327 czislowski 155,748
328 leemgee 155,701
329 billwalker 154,111
330 moon 154,019
331 swade 153,390

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December 2019 2,738
November 2019 8,834
October 2019 5,037
August 2019 419
July 2019 3,630
June 2019 7,809
May 2019 17,431
April 2019 14,312
March 2019 7,494
February 2019 19
January 2019 144
December 2018 3,835
November 2018 3,437
October 2018 4,118
September 2018 4,498
August 2018 1,351
July 2018 3,561
June 2018 6,478
May 2018 11,100
April 2018 12,148
March 2018 574
May 2017 5
February 2017 48
November 2016 12
September 2016 22
July 2016 15
May 2016 1,132
April 2016 406
December 2015 4
October 2015 13
March 2015 23
December 2014 60
November 2014 68
August 2014 101
July 2014 3,923
June 2014 4,670
May 2014 1,627
December 2013 938
November 2013 722
March 2013 123
December 2012 1
November 2012 22
September 2012 103
August 2012 72
July 2012 421
March 2012 91
February 2012 12
October 2011 349
September 2011 168
August 2011 274
July 2011 383
June 2011 873
May 2011 185
March 2011 104
February 2011 327
January 2011 2,079
December 2010 7,092
November 2010 4,627
October 2010 4,049

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,857,284
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,941
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,383,048
5 Rhonda.M 3,206,186
...
325 georgess23 155,863
326 czislowski 155,744
327 leemgee 155,695
328 billwalker 154,111
329 moon 153,922
330 swade 153,390

154,111 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 2,738
November 2019 8,834
October 2019 5,037
August 2019 419
July 2019 3,630
June 2019 7,809
May 2019 17,431
April 2019 14,312
March 2019 7,494
February 2019 19
January 2019 144
December 2018 3,835
November 2018 3,437
October 2018 4,118
September 2018 4,498
August 2018 1,351
July 2018 3,561
June 2018 6,478
May 2018 11,100
April 2018 12,148
March 2018 574
May 2017 5
February 2017 48
November 2016 12
September 2016 22
July 2016 15
May 2016 1,132
April 2016 406
December 2015 4
October 2015 13
March 2015 23
December 2014 60
November 2014 68
August 2014 101
July 2014 3,923
June 2014 4,670
May 2014 1,627
December 2013 938
November 2013 722
March 2013 123
December 2012 1
November 2012 22
September 2012 103
August 2012 72
July 2012 421
March 2012 91
February 2012 12
October 2011 349
September 2011 168
August 2011 274
July 2011 383
June 2011 873
May 2011 185
March 2011 104
February 2011 327
January 2011 2,079
December 2010 7,092
November 2010 4,627
October 2010 4,049

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ASSOCIATION RULES. Holders Eliminated. STATE CUP COMPETITION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 June 1934 [Issue No.30,101] page 14 2019-12-10 18:52 a goal to nil otter a verv evtn game The only
goal was scored bs Charlton
IN ThE NORTH
were beaton by teams which they had met re
cently with dîneront res nts in Svdney Metters
margin went down to that club at Abeddare by
played a thrllllnp drawn game with Adamstown ot
Leichhardt a fortnight ago were beaten at Adams
town by four goals to two West Wallsend and
Wallsend renewed their prolonged duel-they have
equal results-and West Wallsend won by five
goals to four at West Wallsend Kurri Kurri and
Kurri they played a draw two goals all
a goal to nil after a very even game. The only
goal was scored by Charlton.
IN THE NORTH
were beaten by teams which they had met re-
cently with different results in Svdney. Metters
margin went down to that club at Aberdare by
five goals to three. Annandale-Leichhardt who
played a thrilling drawn game with Adamstown at
Leichhardt a fortnight ago, were beaten at Adams-
town by four goals to two. West Wallsend and
Wallsend renewed their prolonged duel - they have
equal results - and West Wallsend won by five
goals to four at West Wallsend. Kurri Kurri and
Kurri they played a draw two goals all.
ASSOCIATION RULES. Holders Eliminated. STATE CUP COMPETITION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 June 1934 [Issue No.30,101] page 14 2019-12-10 18:49 CANTERBURY S riRST WIN
which was cflccted last week immediately bore
fruit as the club had Its (list win of the sea
son bcottnp Corrimal Balgownie at the Velodrome
by five goals to thicc Canterbury showing
faster and better play In every way compared with
previous efforts this season had the game In hand
one R Ward scored the first goal of the match
for Corrimal Balgownie but Doherty (from a pen
before half time In the second half K Balley
plavlng his first game for Canterbury and C
Williams both former St George plnvers brouRht
gownlo s additional goals wer" kicked by J Suddlck
CANTERBURY.S FIRST WIN
which was defeated last week immediately bore
fruit as the club had its first win of the sea-
son, beating Corrimal-Balgownie at the Velodrome
by five goals to three. Canterbury showing
faster and better play in every way compared with
previous efforts this season, had the game in hand
one. R Ward scored the first goal of the match
for Corrimal Balgownie but Doherty (from a pen-
before half time. In the second half K. Bailey
playing his first game for Canterbury and C.
Williams both former St George players brought
Canterbursy's score to five goals. Corrimal-Bal-
gownie's additional goals were kicked by J. Suddick
ASSOCIATION RULES. Holders Eliminated. STATE CUP COMPETITION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 June 1934 [Issue No.30,101] page 14 2019-12-10 18:46 bv four goals to two Play was even throughout
and both sides «ere kept at It wltho it relaxa
lion fr mi beginning to end of the game At
half time Granville led by two goals scored bs
Edwards and Sanders to one scored by Elliot
from a corner kick taken by Robertson Barry
and Reilly scored for Granville In the second half
and Honeysett Gladesville Ryde s new forwoid for
that team
by four goals to two. Play was even throughout
and both sides were kept at it without relaxa-
lion from beginning to end of the game. At
half time Granville led by two goals scored by
Edwards and Sanders, to one, scored by Elliot
from a corner kick taken by Robertson. Barry
and Reilly scored for Granville in the second half
and Honeysett, Gladesville Ryde's new forword for
that team.
SOCCER UNEXPECTED DEFEAT St. George Lost At Soccer (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 24 June 1934 [Issue No.1630] page 45 2019-12-10 16:02 The st. George dofcnce was In a tangle
when the Ccssnock forwards made their
winning move, Taylor gaining the distinc
Granville A goals
GI&dcsvillc-Ryde 2 goals
In a hard-fought game Gladcsvlllc-Ryde
The result was always In doubt, Gladcs-
vllie strove might and main In the last
Canterbury .. 5 goals
Corriroal-Balgownlo 3 goals
Canterbury excelled Itself against Corrl-
nial-Balgownlc at the Velodrome. The team
strengthened by tho Inclusion of several
junior players, who gave un Impressive dis
play, were the first to score, although Can
lend at half-time.
second half, and the Corrimnl defence wilted
under continual pressure,
Aberdnre ft goals
Metiers- .. .. 3 goals
Soccer, and on Aberdare's showing It ls
understanding between the Abcrdare half
staged a splendid comeback, playing excel
Kurri Kurrl 2 goals
the first whistle and after tho gnmc had
sce-sawed from the start. It ended in a
draw — 2 nil.
Kurri hnd the advantage at half-time by
Annand&lo-Lelclilmrdt . . . goals
being ono goal behind at half-time, played
a thrilling second half to run out the win
brilliant, but the second session wns a
for Adamstown. Mnscord was the other
scorer. J. Crellcy played well for Annan-
dale, nnd both the team's goals were scored
West Wallscnd fi goals
Wallscnd . 4 goals
brilliant the forwards and half-backs com
bining well In many fine movements. The
mis-kick of the Wests' full-back was re
sponsible for Wnllsend's lead of three to
one at halMlmc. After the interval the
West Wallscnd forwards gavo a fine exhibi
Woonona-Hulll 1 goal
Waratuh-Mnyfleld Nil
The st. George defence was in a tangle
when the Cessnock forwards made their
winning move, Taylor gaining the distinc-
Granville 4 goals
GIadesville-Ryde 2 goals
In a hard-fought game Gladesville-Ryde
The result was always In doubt, Glades-
ville strove might and main in the last
Canterbury 5 goals
Corrimal-Balgownie 3 goals
Canterbury excelled itself against Corri-
mal-Balgownie at the Velodrome. The team
strengthened by the inclusion of several
junior players, who gave an impressive dis-
play, were the first to score, although Can-
lead at half-time.
second half, and the Corrimal defence wilted
under continual pressure.
Aberdare 5 goals
Metters 3 goals
Soccer, and on Aberdare's showing it is
understanding between the Aberdare half-
staged a splendid comeback, playing excel-
Kurri Kurri 2 goals
the first whistle and after the game had
see-sawed from the start. It ended in a
draw — 2 all.
Kurri had the advantage at half-time by
Annandale-Leichhardt 2 goals
being one goal behind at half-time, played
a thrilling second half to run out the win-
brilliant, but the second session was a
for Adamstown. Mascord was the other
scorer. J. Crelley played well for Annan-
dale, and both the team's goals were scored
West Wallsend 5 goals
Wallsend 4 goals
brilliant the forwards and half-backs com-
bining well in many fine movements. The
mis-kick of the Wests' full-back was re-
sponsible for Wallsend's lead of three to
one at half-time. After the interval the
West Wallsend forwards gave a fine exhibi-
Woonona-Bulli 1 goal
Waratah-Mayfield Nil
SOCCER UNEXPECTED DEFEAT St. George Lost At Soccer (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 24 June 1934 [Issue No.1630] page 45 2019-12-10 15:54 Cessnock at tho start set to work to
Peters, Lcnnard and Nelson, being the chief
enabled Marsdcn to worry tho St. George
feet and goals snapped by Shand Spowall
and Smith gavo the Saints a clear lead
The Maitland Club's forwards wero cool,
"resourceful and clever and they severely
tested Harper, the St. George 'keeper. Har
Mortimer, tho backs. Their tackling was
position. The visitors overwhelmed tho St.
and combination and Mnrnden reduced the
nock at" 3-3.
Cessnock at the start set to work to
Peters, Lennard and Nelson, being the chief
enabled Marsden to worry the St. George
feet and goals snapped by Shand, Spowall
and Smith gave the Saints a clear lead
The Maitland Club's forwards were cool,
resourceful and clever and they severely
tested Harper, the St. George 'keeper. Har-
Mortimer, the backs. Their tackling was
position. The visitors overwhelmed the St.
and combination and Marsden reduced the
nock at 3-3.
SOCCER UNEXPECTED DEFEAT St. George Lost At Soccer (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 24 June 1934 [Issue No.1630] page 45 2019-12-10 15:52 holders, were unex
goals to o, in tne opening
round of the State Cup yes
Annandalc-Leichhardt and Metters,
withstand the superior play of their-
Annandalc 4-2, and Metters went
down to Abcrdare 5-3.
Ccssnock 4 goals
St. Gcorgo 3 goals
.Bt. George, and Ccssnock, last year's run-
ncrs-up, at Princo Edward Park, Carlton.
The better sldo won, but they had to fight
Ccssnook was the most skilful side,
Thompson, the full-backs, was most dis
concerting to the St, George attackers,
was marred to some extent by question
able tactics In front of goal .when
Gcorgo Smith, the Australian captain
and usually a roost prolific scorer, was
negotiate the goat.
Garrish, the Ccssnock goalkeeper. The re
sult would probably have gone against tho
Maitland side but for his fine anticipa
tion. This saving of o penalty kick, taken
Ccssnock at tho start set to work to
holders, were unex-
goals to 3, in the opening
round of the State Cup yes-
Annandale-Leichhardt and Metters,
withstand the superior play of their
Annandale 4-2, and Metters went
down to Aberdare 5-3.
Cessnock 4 goals
St. George 3 goals
St. George, and Cessnock, last year's run-
ners-up, at Prince Edward Park, Carlton.
The better side won, but they had to fight
Cessnook was the most skilful side,
Thompson, the full-backs, was most dis-
concerting to the St. George attackers,
was marred to some extent by question-
able tactics in front of goal when
George Smith, the Australian captain
and usually a most prolific scorer, was
negotiate the goal.
Garrish, the Cessnock goalkeeper. The re-
sult would probably have gone against the
Maitland side but for his fine anticipa-
tion. This saving of a penalty kick, taken
Cessnock at tho start set to work to
SOCCER ADAMSTOWN'S RECORD (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 26 June 1934 [Issue No.18,003] page 11 2019-12-10 15:17 soCCER.
i;ADAMSTQWN'8ll RECORD
SOCCER.
ADAMSTOWN'S RECORD
ABERDARE SOCCER TEAM CESSNOCK, Friday. (Article), The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938), Saturday 23 June 1934 [Issue No.3292] page 3 2019-12-10 15:15 ABERbARE SOCCER . TEAM
; \ CESSNOOK. : Pri'daV. '
: Aberdare's teom,to play:Metters et Aber-
)dare Soccer Ground to-morrow, is- as fol
lows: Broadbent, Parkes, Edwards,.. O'Neill,
Porteus/Naysmitb. Wilkinson. Rumley.' Orr
Lonergan and, Mullens
ABERDARE SOCCER TEAM
CESSNOOK. Friday
Aberdare's team to play Metters at Aber-
dare Soccer Ground to-morrow, is as fol-
lows: Broadbent, Parkes, Edwards, O'Neill,
Porteus, Naysmith, Wilkinson, Rumley, Orr,
Lonergan and Mullens
STATE LEAGUE SOCCER CUP Aberdare and Cessnock's Great Wins. (Article), The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder (NSW : 1913 - 1954), Tuesday 26 June 1934 [Issue No.2054] page 3 2019-12-10 15:13 STM LEAGUE SOCCER
. The first round of the State League
Cup 'has provided the local clubs—
Aberdarfi and CeBsnock— with splendid
win?.
In the last (match against Metters,
defeat, but on Saturday last took Ite
revenge by defeating Metters hy 5
It was notfroable that there was a
return to thegame of many old sup
porters, and if AberdaVs can continue
by doing this on Saturday last, the de
fence of Metiers was on many occa
and showed plenty of discriminatloi in
bib destrlbution and his .defence was
a centre half back, but after Satur
persuade any boavd of selectors to
Naysmith and O'Nslil did their share
many openings for the forwards. Nay
smith never (plays a bad game.
but towards the Close of the game, they
In an ecort to clear, owing to the
backs being a trifle at fault, but luck
ily for Aberdare, Monagle and McGar
vie shot wildly with an open goal be
Orr opened for* Aberdare with a
O'Grady equalised for Mctters with a
One corner twirler.
a splendid cross to Mullens, who trans
ferred to Lonergan for that playe'r to
and gave the Metiers defence plenty
ahead when Wilkinson made an open
mg for Orr to add the third goal.
great save from McGaTyie, just man
aging to glance the ball aMmy.
From a throw in by Naysmith, Mul
lens got away, and crossed to Lonef
Rumley who added the fourth for Ab
came up, leaving Metters with o*ie
over the game, and Crowhurst work
to save. He got life right hand to the
too fast. : ? ' -??
Within five minutes Crowhurst scor
ed another goal. The defence of AVt
dare looked as though it was' goin£ to
crumple, and the supporters heaved p
in fevor of Aberdarew
on St -George which defeated' Cessnock
?dredit of the win to Bob Garrish for
When - Cessnock recently played
?/aratah, man ysupporters would have
'backed the team, against most of the
%;ubs in the competition, but after the
see the local team defeat St. Goorge
STATE LEAGUE SOCCER
The first round of the State League
Cup has provided the local clubs—
Aberdare and Cessnock— with splendid
wins.
In the last match against Metters,
defeat, but on Saturday last took its
revenge by defeating Metters by 5
It was noticeable that there was a
return to the game of many old sup-
porters, and if Aberdare can continue
by doing this on Saturday last, the de-
fence of Metters was on many occa-
and showed plenty of discrimination in
his destrlbution and his defence was
a centre half back, but after Satur-
persuade any board of selectors to
Naysmith and O'Neill did their share
many openings for the forwards. Nay-
smith never plays a bad game.
but towards the close of the game, they
in an effort to clear, owing to the
backs being a trifle at fault, but luck-
ily for Aberdare, Monagle and McGar-
vie shot wildly with an open goal be-
Orr opened for Aberdare with a
O'Grady equalised for Metters with a
fine corner twirler.
a splendid cross to Mullens, who trans-
ferred to Lonergan for that player to
and gave the Metters defence plenty
ahead when Wilkinson made an open-
ing for Orr to add the third goal.
great save from McGarvie, just man-
aging to glance the ball away.
From a throw in by Naysmith, Mul-
lens got away, and crossed to Loner-
Rumley who added the fourth for Ab-
came up, leaving Metters with one
over the game, and Crowhurst work-
to save. He got his right hand to the
too fast.
Within five minutes Crowhurst scor-
ed another goal. The defence of Aber-
dare looked as though it was going to
crumple, and the supporters heaved a
in favor of Aberdare.
on St. George which defeated Cessnock
credit of the win to Bob Garrish for
When Cessnock recently played
Waratah, many supporters would have
backed the team, against most of the
clubs in the competition, but after the
see the local team defeat St. George
SOCCER RESULTS (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Saturday 23 June 1934 [Issue No.5158] page 7 2019-12-09 22:16 Five minutes'- after the opening
first thrill as the forwards made re
veered the ball to the centre. Al
Aberdare went ahead when Wil
Two minutes after, with Fox beat
round on the ball when close In. but
The eame was held up while Da
vidson and A. Tennant were treat
ed for head ir/irles, following a col
Aberdare gained increased con
fidence when Rumley netted, follow
Five minutes after the opening
first thrill as the forwards made re-
veered the ball to the centre. Al-
Aberdare went ahead when Wil-
Two minutes after, with Fox beat-
round on the ball when close in, but
The eame was held up while Da-
vidson and A. Tennant were treat-
ed for head injuries, following a col-
Aberdare gained increased con-
fidence when Rumley netted, follow-

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