In its 40 years 18 men and 2 women had bestowed upon them the highest honour the Club can offer:
Jack Gleadhill (1973): Jack was one of the original group who came across from Norths to form Norths Aspley. He acted as a representative of Norths while serving Aspley’s committee and began the Bingo operations which were to prove crucial to the Club’s financial viability.
Harry Kirby (1975): The late Harry Kirby also came from Norths and, being a builder is credited with saving the Club much needed funds through his contacts and expertise. He was an important fund raiser in the early years and server as President briefly in 1971 and again in 1974. The field is named in his honour.
Pat Buckley (1976): Pat was elected to the first Management Committee in 1968. He served as Property Office from 1970-1975 and headed the highly successful Bingo operation from 1974 to 1981. Pat played an active part in rewriting the Clubs constitution in 1978 and 1981 and in preparation for the Leagues Club in 1979. He served as Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of the Board of Directors.
Alan Scamp (1977): The late Alan Scamp was an active Committee person in the early years of the Club and served as Secretary in 1972 and 1973 and President on 1977 and 1981. Alan became a Director of the Leagues Club and served as Secretary of the Board of Directors.
Darby Munro (1977): Darby Munro served as Secretary in 1971 and Treasurer in 1973-74 and again in 1976-77-78. Darby juggled his duties with shift work but still found time to assist with fundraising.
Rex Dannenberg (1978): Rex is generally recognized as the driving force in getting the Club up and running. He was the foundation President in 1968-69 and remained active in the Football Club for many years. Rex was also one of the driving forces behind the establishment of the Old Boys and Supporters Club.
Neil Phelan (1979): Neil Phelan served on the Management Committee during the 1970’s and was involved in fund raising for the Club. He coached over a number of years and served as House Secretary in 1974.
Ray Kelso (1980): Ray had legend status within the Club as an organizer of raffles and fund raising. He coached for a time and was Club president in 78-79. He played a key role in establishing the Leagues Club and became Chairman of the Board of Directors in 1980
Robert Harriss (1982): Bob Harriss served on the Management Committee during the 70’s and 80’s and was a team manager. In 1982 he had the responsibility of operating Bingo within the Club.
Keith Rolls (1983): Keith coached and served on early committees and in 1975 took over the Presidency of the Football Club. He was to go on to be the longest serving President – 1975-76, 1980, 1982-83-84-85-86-87, 89-90-91-92, a record 13 terms as well as serving on the Board of Directors.
Bob Smith (1985): Bob had been a club referee and active member of the Management Committee before becoming Secretary in 1978 and continuing in that position until 1985. He also managed teams and served as Secretary again in 1993 after terms as Treasurer in 1987-88. Bob also served as Secretary and Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Bob Durston (1987): The Late Bob Durston served on the Club’s Management Committee as well as coaching and managing teams. He made a major contribution to the Club in his role of club referee, a position he carried out over many years.
Warren Tolhurst (1988): The late Warren Tolhurst served on the Management Committee as was Registrar in 1983 and Property Officer in 1985. Warren also coached and was President in 1986-987 and for a part of 1997. He was Club Secretary in 1990-91-92 and in 1994-95-96.
Rob Eltherington (1991): Rob had an involvement in the Club of 20 years as a player, coach and committee person from 1971 to 1990. He played from 1971 to 1982, coached for 11 seasons and was a member of the Management Committee in 1976 and the Old Boys Committee 1989-90.
Tim McNamara (1997): Tim was one of the Club’s earliest players and later coached and managed teams. He was President of the Football Club from 1993 to 1996 and served on the Board of Directors. He is currently the CEO of the Leagues Club.
Rozanne Tolhurst (1998): Rozanne became the Club’s first woman to be awarded life membership and with her late husband Warren is half of the first husband-wife team to be so honoured. After many years on the committee in the 80’s, Rozanne served as Treasurer for almost 9 years and made a significant contribution as Bingo promoter.
Ray Tierney (2004): Ray Tierney had been Club Treasurer continuously since 1998 when he was made a Life Member in 2004. He went on to serve as Treasurer until the end of the 2007 season, a record 10 consecutive terms.
Jim Spletter (2006): Jim is the Club’s current President, a position he has held since 2001. He joined the Football Club Committee in 1995 and has been a Leagues Club Director since 1996. Jim led the Club in its historic partnership with the Brisbane Broncos in 2003.
Novar Newton (2007): Novar’s contribution to the Club was belatedly acknowledged given that he had been one of the “founding fathers” in 1967. He served as Treasurer for the first 5 years of the Club’s operation and ensured a firm financial footing.
Mary Tierney (2008): Mary has given great service to the Club as a volunteer over many years. She is the current Club Secretary and has served in that role since 2003. With husband Ray, she is part of the second husband and wife team to be honoured as Life members.
2nd Division Club of the Year 2010
Home of the 2nd Div Player of the Year 2009, 2010, 2011