1982/83 Royal Park & Brunswick District Cricket Clubs merge to become the Royal Park Brunswick Cricket Club.
1984/85 A major player in the merger, Vic Beddome, passes away.
1985/86 Martin Pickering wins the Paxino Medal.
1987/88 Royal Park Brunswick Cricket Club wins inaugural First Eleven Premiership - Senior Division.
1988/89 RPBCC goes back to back, winning the Senior Division Grand Final. Martin Pickering is the premiership captain for the second time.
1993/94 Tony Globan takes club best bowling figures of 8/19.
1996/97 The Relegation Years - Controversy reigns as RPBCC is dropped to Senior A. There was however some good news as the Third XI took out the North C1 Premiership.
1998/99 Again RPBCC is relegated, this time dropped to North A1.
2001/02 Tragedy strikes when club stalwarts Ken Hillas & Neil Cunningham pass away, and the First and Second XI win premierships in North A1 and North A2.
2002/03 Adam Contessa hits a then RPBCC record with 174 not out against Glenroy Amateurs.
2004/05 RPBCC First XI are Senior A Premiers with Adam Contessa the successful Captain /Coach.
2006/07 RPBCC name team of the first 25 years
(In batting order)
- Jeff Douglas
- Martin Pickering
- Bob Jardine
- Kerry Tsonis
- Darren Scott
- Adam Contessa
- Nicholas Tsiaras
- Peter Ferrier
- Gary Liddall
- Russell Laws
- Adam Ramage
- Scott Mitchell(Bat)
- Howard Hinkley(Ball)
Captain/Coach - Martin Pickering
2008/2009 2nd XI win the Premiership.
2009 Club stalwart Stan ‘Sponge’ Hughes passes away
2011/12 Clint Hillas breaks the club record with a 184 not out against McKinnon.
2011/12 RPBCC announce a club ‘Hall of Fame’ to coincide with the 30 year reunion. Frederick ‘Billy Mac’ McLachlan and Stan ‘Sponge’ Hughes the inaugural ‘Club Legends’
2011/12 RPBCC relegated to North Division
2014/15 Club legend Frederick ‘Billy Mac’ McLachlan passes away
2014/15 Again RPBCC is relegated, this time dropped to West A1.