John Monie

Coaching Career

Vital Statistics

Full Name
John Stephen Monie
Born
Sunday, 6th October, 1946
Current Age
77 years and 227 days
Place Of Birth
Scone, New South Wales, Australia

Biography

Former Sharks pivot came to the club from Woy Woy on the Central Coast. Monie was named Cronulla's Player of the Year in 1969 but left the club to join Newcastle Wests before returning to Woy Woy as captain-coach. Monie went on to become a world-class coach after taking over from Jack Gibson at P’matta in 1984. After three seasons with the club, he broke through for a win in the 1986 grand final. Monie's remaining three seasons with the Eels saw the club in decline but he showed what he could do with a champion side as coach of Wigan in the early 1990s. English Coach of the Year in 1989-90, Wigan was virtually unbeatable under his guidance, winning the Challenge Cup/League Championship double in successive years. Wigan also defeated Penrith to claim world championship status in 1991 but was beaten by Brisbane the following year. Monie then took on the coaching role of the newly formed Auckland Warriors and was one of Super League’s star signings in early 1995. After a frustrating teething period with the club, Monie was sacked early in the 1997 season when he lost the confidence of his players and the support of the club’s administrators. His move to the London Broncos met a similar fate in August 2000.
- ALAN WHITICKER

Coaching Career Statistics

All statistics shown in this section are based only on data available in the RLP database, and are not necessarily a complete and/or 100% accurate representation of a player's career. This information should be used as a guide only. If you see a question mark (?), it denotes that the figure is not available.

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Competitions

Competition   Games W L D Win %  
NSWRL/ARL/Super League Premiership (NRL) 200 111 88 1 55.50% List
Midweek Cup 14 9 5 0 64.29% List
NSWRL/ARL/Super League Finals 9 6 3 0 66.67% List
English Championship 104 82 19 3 78.85% List
Lancashire Cup 12 9 3 0 75.00% List
Regal Trophy 18 15 2 1 83.33% List
Challenge Cup 21 21 0 0 100.00% List
Premiership Trophy 9 6 3 0 66.67% List
Charity Shield - UK 1 0 1 0 0.00% List
Tour Matches Wigan Warriors 1 0 1 0 0.00% List
World Club Challenge 2 1 1 0 50.00% List
Challenge Cup AU 1 0 1 0 0.00% List
Super League 53 29 24 0 54.72% List
Super League Finals 2 2 0 0 100.00% List
European Championship 3 3 0 0 100.00% List
World Cup 3 1 2 0 33.33% List


International

Test Matches - By Team

Team Years Games W L D Win %  
France 2005-08 16 7 9 0 43.75% List

World Cup Matches - By Team

Team Years Games W L D Win %  
France 2005-2008 3 1 2 0 33.33% List


Club Career

NSWRL/ARL/Super League Premiership (NRL) - By Year

Team Season Games W L D Win %  
Parramatta NSWRL 1984 28 19 9 0 67.86% List
Parramatta NSWRL 1985 26 17 9 0 65.38% List
Parramatta NSWRL 1986 26 18 7 1 69.23% List
Parramatta NSWRL 1987 24 12 12 0 50.00% List
Parramatta NSWRL 1988 22 8 14 0 36.36% List
Parramatta NSWRL 1989 22 11 11 0 50.00% List
Auckland ARL 1995 22 13 9 0 59.09% List
Auckland ARL 1996 21 10 11 0 47.62% List
Auckland Super League 1997 9 3 6 0 33.33% List

NSWRL/ARL/Super League Premiership (NRL) - By Team

Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Parramatta 1984-89 148 85 62 1 57.43% List
Warriors 1995-97 52 26 26 0 50.00% List
Overall1984-1997 200 111 88 1 55.50% List

English Career - By Year

Team Season Games W L D Win %  
Wigan 1989/90 42 33 8 1 78.57% List
Wigan 1990/91 37 28 7 2 75.68% List
Wigan 1991/92 41 35 6 0 85.37% List
Wigan 1991/92 1 1 0 0 100.00% List
Wigan 1992/93 44 37 6 1 84.09% List
Wigan 1992/93 1 0 1 0 0.00% List
Wigan 1998 25 25 2 0 100.00% List
London 2000 28 6 22 0 21.43% List

English Career - By Team

Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Wigan 1989-92, 1998 191 157 30 4 82.20% List
London 2000 28 6 22 0 21.43% List
Overall1989-2000 219 163 52 4 74.43% List

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Contributions: Alan Katzmann, Greg Fiveash, Andrew Ferguson, Rugby League Tables, Shawn Dollin, Paul Carter, AJ Lucantonio