Stanley Street
Years ago

Best Woodville Players of All-time

Something different to think about apart from Sixers frustration.....
Who are the best and worst players in Woodville's History ?????

(Mod: Since it's not so much a professional league, maybe things could be kept positive?)

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Kent Brockman  
Years ago

Kelvin Henderson
Reggie
Whitmore
Dave Smyth
Tyrone Lee
Ron Nunnelly


is that enough to get the party started?

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Ryno  
Years ago

Simon Watkins!!! GUN!!!

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Kobe-for-MVP  
Years ago

Darren Ng was alrite back in the woodville days maybe not the best of all time though.

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Cat 34  
Years ago

Zane Reeves?

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lethal5  
Years ago

Donnie Gipson
Kelvin Henderson
Tyrone Lee

I think Donnie Gipson played some NBL with West Adelaide alongside Al Green.

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GK  
Years ago

Ricey
ELG

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old timer  
Years ago

Anthony Rogers
Ron Nunnerly
Darren Carrol
David Ingham
and
the
one and only
Jamie 'stickems' Maddigan were all cult figures

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Sturty6ers  
Years ago

As a club man and all round good guy, you can't go past Scott Whitmore.

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Ricey  
Years ago

hahahaha... i got a mention... woooo

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Ricey = tool  
Years ago

only cos ur a tool ricey!

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Ryan Willis

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Mr. Big Shot  
Years ago

J.Bray
Scott Whitmore
Reggie
Craig Gilbert
Cameron Wilson will be the best player to ever player at Woodville through Juniors and into Seniors, should have been in sixers squad at some stage in his career IMO.

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Undersized Pf  
Years ago

the one and only Timmy B. Brenton hit 3s and intimated every poor sucka that entered the paint (not to mention the fear he cast over his U14 boys) he was actually voted our best at the woodville presentations a while back. what a legend

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Jkidd#5  
Years ago

reesy

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Who entered the paint? I think you mean entered the stadium, undersized PF.

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Undersized Pf  
Years ago

fair enough ELG

Brenton = intimidation

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Brenton = sook.

The only people he intimidated were the refs.

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JRay  
Years ago

The big white farmboy before Donnie Gipson?
Can't remember his name.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Wayne Ricardi (spelling) big white red head who could really play

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Ricey  
Years ago

anyone who comes on here to call someone a tool, without their name present, is a tool

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Phantom  
Years ago

RICEY UR A TOOL!!!!!!

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big gay  
Years ago

Eric Bradley

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thedoctor  
Years ago

Andrew White. End of discussion.

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JRay  
Years ago

Wayne Ricardi, that's him. Could play and very much in the mould of Ballinger but perhaps without the range.

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if andrew white had cracked that 6' barrier i would have to agree with you thedoctor

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Coopers Bar  
Years ago

Woodville had their best team voted a couple of years ago, maybe start there.

I think Darren Ng has won more MVPs than anyone else, the MVP board is at the Dome.

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Fat Bottomed Girl  
Years ago

David Smyth, former captain.

Donnie Gibson was a crowd fav.

Paul Vandenburg was pretty good.

Ah, the good old days of standing in the bar above court one at athol park on a Sunday watching a game and having a beer (after they finally got glass back boards)

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stingray  
Years ago

Scotty Witmore, always brough some extra spice.

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uncle Mal  
Years ago

What about the girls?

Barratt - all class
Watts - Gun

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14u2nv  
Years ago

Tamara Vass

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booga  
Years ago

micheal touhy... best airball layup i have ever seen

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Eric Bradley, who the F%$k is he?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

what about Willie Joseph, one of the best imports to play in the ABA. He must be high in the rankings!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Go Jason Duncan!!

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Gun23  
Years ago

Chris Pails

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lockstock  
Years ago

Yeah good call on Willie Joseph.. maybe past his best when he hit Woodville but still an amazing basketball brain with the best court vision for a big man most will ever see. I remember seeing him put up 50+ point and 25+ rebound games on more than 1 occassion.

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who???  
Years ago

I am the biggest woodville fan but I stil don't know who this Eric Bradley character is? can anyone tell me? I have also done a search on the net for a reggie but there is no results for any woodville players with the name reggie?

Help

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DB5  
Years ago

If you are the biggest Woodville fan, you would know Reggie..Played for the Cannons.

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thedoctor  
Years ago

Eric Bradley - massive centre who played in 2005 (I think).

Reggie = Paul Vandenbergh

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I just can't beleive that no one has mentioned Zane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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scott whitmore  
Years ago

Kelvin Henderson end of discussion

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anon  
Years ago

who?? is exactly right who??? has no idea
reggie one of the finest basketballers in recent memory not just at woodville but in the league
EB was a powerhouse but willie joseph and kelvin henderson are the top of the warriors all time list

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cheezeburger  
Years ago

tim brenton. you would fear him on the court on the training court and on his teams training court!

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anon  
Years ago

I would take Craig Gilbert and Scott Whitmore over Reggie Vandinberg

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old timer  
Years ago

how old is this thread ?

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