History

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History of Revesby Heights

 1963 Revesby enter the Canterbury Bankstown DJRL.
Club colours are Red, White & Blue, with the first playing jersey having horizontal stripes.
 

1967 Revesby District changes name to Revesby Heights.
Playing jersey changed to old "Berries" pattern with red "V"
 

1970 Revesby Heights win their First Ever Premierships
Revesby Heights F Grade win the Premiership           
Revesby Heights G Grade win the Premiership
 

1971 Revesby Heights H Grade win the Premiership
 

1973 Revesby Heights J Grade win the Premiership
 

1974 Revesby Heights M Grade win the Premiership
 

1975 Revesby Heights L Grade win the Premiership
 

1979 Revesby Heights I Grade win the Premiership
 

1981 Revesby Heights I Grade win the Premiership
Revesby Heights win the last N Grade competition under the old rules
 

1984 Revesby Heights D Grade win the Premiership
 

1985 Revesby Heights E Grade win the Premiership
 

1986 Revesby Heights B Grade win the Premiership
Revesby Heights D Grade win the Premiership
 

1987 Revesby Heights C Grade win the Premiership
 

1989 Revesby Heights D Grade win the Premiership
 

1994 New Premiership Format Introduced
Revesby Heights U/11 Reserves (J Grade) win thePremiership
 

1995 Revesby Heights U/10’s win the Premiership
 

1997 Revesby Heights U/14’s win the Premiership
 

1998 Revesby Heights U/12 Reserves win the Premiership
Revesby Heights U/9 Reserves win the Premiership
 

1999 Revesby Heights U/11 Reserves Undefeated Premiers
 

2003 First time Revesby Heights wins three premierships in a season
Revesby Heights U/6 Grade win the Premiership
Revesby Heights U/8 Reserves win the Premiership
Revesby Heights U/9 Reserves win the Premiership
 

2004 Revesby Heights field 12 teams in the competition
Revesby Heights field a record four U/6 teams
 

2006 Revesby Heights U/7 Grade Undefeated Premiers
Revesby Heights U/7 Grade win Tommy Bishop Shield
 

2007 Revesby Heights U/11 Reserves Undefeated Premiers
Revesby Heights U/8 Grade win Premierships
 

2008 Lachlan Burr selected for NSW U/16
 

2009 Revesby Heights U/13 Division 2 win the Premiership
Revesby Heights U/12 Division 2 win the Premiership
Lachlan Burr selected for NSW U/18
Lachlan Burr awarded Peter 'Bullfrog' Moore Memorial Sports Foundation Scholarship
 

2010 Revesby Heights change name to "Revesby Heights Rhino’s JRLFC"
Playing jersey changed to incorporate new Rhino logo
Rhinos U19's (div 2) & U8's (div 3) win first premierships under new name
 

2011 Ali Allouche selected in Australian U15 Schoolboys side
Lachlan Burr and James O'Brien represent the Bulldogs at NYC
Chris Taripo represents the Roosters at NYC
Joe Toleafoa represents South Sydney at NYC
 

2012 Ali Allouche named Bulldogs Harold Matthews captain
Ali Allouche, Jaydn McGregor and Daniel Russell all selected in 2012 Bulldogs Harold Matthews squad

 

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