Garry Longhurst

Made his first grade debut in 1986

He began his rugby league career as a junior at Windsor before being drafted to play with Penrith and then moved on to the St George Dragons.

He was gifted teenage footballer with a bit of the old Windsor ‘Wild Colonial Boy about him grow into a first grade player.

Lachlan Coote

Made his First Grade Debut in 2008

Coote was raised in the Greater West of Sydney, attended Windsor High School and is a junior product of the Windsor Wolves. A star performer at junior level, he has represented both New South Wales and Australian junior teams. After representing Australian Schoolboys and New South Wales Under-17s in 2007, Coote was selected in the New South Wales Under-18 side to play in the curtain raiser to Game Two of the 2008 State of Origin series, scoring an impressive 14 points in the Blues’ victory over Queensland. In 2008, Coote played for the Penrith Panthers in the inaugural season of the National Youth Competition. A clear stand out performer for the Panthers, Coote scored 138 points in 12 games before becoming a fixture in the Panthers’ first grade team. Coote supplements his rugby league income by working as an apprentice greenkeeper at Centrebet Stadium. He is of Scottish descent.

Reeghan Campbell-Gillard

Made his First grade Debut in 2015

Born in Blacktown, New South Wales, Campbell-Gillard played his junior football for the Windsor Wolves before being signed by the Penrith Panthers.

Duncan MacGillivray

Made his First grade Debut in 1996

Duncan MacGillivray made his name in the NRL spending five years with the Penrith Panthers and playing for South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The former Scotland international had an excellent season with the Wildcats in 2006 and his form carried on into the following years. He retired at the end of the 2008 season after 5-seasons of service to the Wildcats.

Duncan MacGillivray