History

1970 Enter the BJRL competition with 6 teams
         – Under 14’s make Grand Final but were defeated
         – Peter Jackson plays his first year of football
1972 – Under 16 Premiers
1973 – Miss Pine Rivers, Debbie Tolcher wins Miss BRL
         – Junior League’s first President Cup won by under 14 side

1974 – Bob Lindner play’s Under 12’s. Club wins 3 Premierships and 2 Semi Finals
         – Named Minor Club B.R.L.
1975 – 4 teams win Presidents Cup & 3 teams minor premiers
         – 7 teams make the finals, Under 8, 15 & 16 Premiers
         – First Senior team Under 23’s
         – Under 8’s first minor team to win consecutive premierships
         – Runners-Up Championship Club
1976 – 5 teams win Presidents Cup 4 teams Minor premiers
         – 10 teams make the finals 4 win Premierships
         – Under 23’s win the clubs first Senior Premiership
1977 – Lease between Pine Rivers Shire Council & Pine Rivers Leagues Club signed
         – 4 teams win Presidents Cup 6 teams make the finals
         – Richard Meyers plays A Grade for Redcliffe
1978 – 3 teams win Presidents Cup 4 teams make the Grand Final and 1 wins Premiership
         – The first Entertainment Sub-Committee is formed.
1979 – Under 11’s President Cup & Premiers Under 12’s minor premiers
         – Lease on the grounds was signed. (January)
         – Clubs 10th year
1980 – 2 teams win Presidents Cup 7 teams on semi finals 2 win premierships.
         – Miss Pine Rivers Mellisa Gorringe wins Miss B.R.L.

1981 – 2 teams win Minor Premiers, 1 team wins President Cup
         – Clubhouse Foundations commenced

1982 – Under 21’s Premiers
1983 – Clubhouse walls completed
         – Under 13’s win Presidents Flag and Grand Finalists
1984 – Clubs 15th year
1985 – Under 10’s Presidents Flag
         – Gavin Jones & Robbie Clark make Redcliffe A Grade. Robbie goes on to Captain the team and become
            Club Captain at Redcliffe

         – Pouring of Clubhouse ceiling (floor for future extension)
1986 – Under 17’s Presidents Flag, Minor Premiers & Grand Finalists
         – Downstairs toilets, rooms, windows & floor coverings completed
1987 – 2 teams in semi finals
         – Clubhouse painted
1988 – Under 19 Premiers
1989 – New Canteen Built & old Canteen demolished
1990 – Under 15’s President Flag
         – Canteen opened

         – The Club becomes incorporated now known as “Pine Rivers Junior Leagues Club Inc.”
         – Clubs 21st Birthday Celebrations
1991 – A combined Under 8 side wins the Richie Pollock Shield in the Under 8 carnival
         – Under 11’s win Presidents Flag
1992 – Under 11’s win President Flag, Minor Premiers & Premiers
1993 – Under 14 Grand Finalists
         – Club decides to go ahead with extensions to the clubhouse
1994 – Clubs 25th year
         – Under 11’s dual winners Presidents Flag
         – Club extensions completed to lock up stage
         – Lee Earl named XXXX 2nd Division Player of the Year
1995 – Inaugural Miss Pine Rivers Ball held at Clubhouse
         – Under 11’s Premiers

         – Dane Campbell is selected to represent Qld in the Under 12 Primary Schoolboys side.
         – Rolt Lamb named XXX 2nd Division Player of the Year
         – Internal Walls Lined.
1996 – Under 11’s win Presidents Flag
         – Opens win the inaugural Pine Shire Cup
         – David Harmon is selected to represent Qld in the Under 12 Primary Schoolboys side
         – Inside Clubhouse painted. Clubhouse Painted & Toilets Tiled
1997 – 2 teams win Presidents flag, 3 teams make the finals & Under 16’s Premiers
         – Oldboys Bar built & Carpet laid in clubhouse
1998 – Under 11’s Presidents Flag, Minor Premiers & Premiers
         – Under 15’s Presidents Flag & Premiers,
         – Under 16 & 17’s Finalists
         – Open 1's win Pine Shire Cup, Chairmans Trophy & Final Runners Up

         – Open 3's win Chairmans Trophy, Minor Premiers & Premiers
         – Junior Development Squad selected
1999 – Under 12’s & 18’s win Presidents Flag, 4 teams in finals
         – Under 16’s Final Runners Up
         – Opens win Pine Cup
         – Opens Tour the Cook Islands
         – Clubs 30th Birthday Celebrations
2003 – Open 2's win Pine Shire Cup, Chairmans Tophy, Minor Premiers & Premiers
2004 – Clubs 35th year
2009
Clubs 40th Birthday Celebrations

2011 – Club lower fields flooded water up to the Entry of Lower Function Room (Kallangur Darts)
         – Open 1's win Pine Shire Cup, Chairmans Tophy, Minor Premiers & Premiers

2012 – Complete $1,000,000 lower field & lighting upgrade to International Standard
            Including addition of new carpark and footpath additions/upgrade
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Under 11's & 14's Finalists
         – Under 12's Premiers
        
– Open 1's win Chairmans Tophy, Minor Premiers & Premiers
2013 - Under 15's  - Preliminary Finalists
         - Open Premiers Brisbane - Premiers
2014 - Under 16's - Grand Finalists
         - Open 2 Northside - Minor Premiers, Grand Finalists
         - Open 1 Northside - Minor Premiers, Premiers
2015 - $27,000 Community Gambling Fund Grant for internal painting of club house and replacement of internal toilets
         - Under 11's - Semi-Finalists
         - Under 12's - Chairmans Trophy Winners, Minor Premiers, Premiers
         - Under 14's - Semi-Finalists
         - Under 15's - Chairmans Trophy Winners, Minor Premiers, Premiers
         - Open 1 Northside - Ted Beaumont Runners-up, Semi-Finalists
         - Open's - Pine Cup Champions