Moving from West Coast to East. The Sea-Eagles have bounced around with their identity over the past 20 years, away from the look most associated with the Silvertails moniker. The aim here is to bring their identity more … Read More
The Knights have pretty much nailed their identity outside of their uniforms. The actual home jersey is terrible and their attempts to return to the Barca stripes, although a good idea, hasn’t had the best execution (imo). The … Read More
The Balmain side of the merger currently dominates the Wests Tigers identity yet does not hint at the vast history of the Balmain club (and even less so in the case of the Magpies). When the merger was formed, it was decided … Read More
Though not a fan of the Cowboys name, the idea of using the horns for the logo is pretty unique. What lets it down is how its slapped on top of that awful, blunt star with the wordmark alternating … Read More
Next up is the Penrith Panthers. Not a fan of how the Panthers look at the moment, the jerseys are essentially plain black with a small amount of teal, the away fares better but I still don’t like the teal.
The next of my expansion teams is the Rockhampton Crushers. My idea was to kill two birds with one stone – firstly to introduce a team into the Central Queensland area and secondly to resurrect the unique Crushers brand, especially given the … Read More