Bonnyrigg White Eagles

GRADE PLAYERS

David Vrankovic

Greg Kondek

James Chronopolous

James Mckenzie

Mun-Soo Gil

Nikola Zonjic

Raymond Miiler

Sam Gallaway

Stevan Savicic

Taylor McDonald

Club History

Formed

Established 1968
Previously known as Avala Sports Club

Honours

NSW Premier League Champions: 2000/1
NSW Premier League Championship Series Runners Up: 2000/01 and 2004/05
NSW Premier League Premiers: 2010
NSW Premier League Grand Final Runners Up: 2012
NSW Super League Champions: 1992, and 2007
NSW Super League Championship Runners Up: 1997, 1998 and 2000
NSW Super League Premiers: 1992, 1998, 1999, 2008
NSW Super League Premiership Runners Up: 2007
NSW State League Division One Premiers: 1976 and 1988
NSW Ampol Cup: 1977
NSW Waratah Cup Champions: 1992 and 2004
Johnny Warren Cup Champions: 2003 and 2004

Divisional History

1968-1976 – NSW State League Division One
1977-1986 – NSW Super League
1989-2000 – NSW Super League
2000/01-2004/05 – NSW Premier League
2005-2008 – NSW Super League
2009-present – NSW Premier League

NSW Super League History

2006 – 4th (Group B) W9-D5-L8
2007 – 2nd W17-D4-L5
2008 – 1st W14-D6-L2

National Premier League History

2004 – 10th W7-D2-L13
2004/05 – 2nd W9-D3-L3
2009 – 9th W6-D8-L8
2010 – 1st W13-D6-L3
2011 – 5th W8-D9-L5
2012 – 1st – W17-D2-L3
2013 – 3rd – W13-D4-L5
2014 – 1st – W15-D2-L5
2015 – 3rd – W13-D4-L5
2016 – 5th – W9-D5-L8
2017 – 9th – W5-D4-L13

Top Goalscorers

2004/05 – Tallan Martin 16 goals
2006 – Ivan Vojdovic 8 goals
2007 – Jason Kencevski 24 goals
2008 – Ilkay Gurbuz and Daniel Willoughby 7 goals
2009 – Almir Dizdaric 9 goals
2010 – Brad Boardman 13 goals
2011 – Brad Boadrman 10 goals
2012 – Robbie Younis 19 goals
2013 – Robbie Younis 14 goals
2014 – Robbie Younis 17 goals
2015 – Aaron Peterson 9 Goals
2016 – Robbie Younis 11 Goals
2017 – Hassan Jalloh 7 goals