The Robin Croker Cup is a perpetual trophy named after one of the founders of Bowral Rugby. Robin Croker founded the Bowral Blacks Rugby Club in 1972 and has maintained a 47 year stewardship of the Club's development and functioning.
The Louise Spence Regional Womens Challenge Shield is a perpetual trophy and was awarded for the first time in 2014. Louise Spence has made an outstanding contribution to the Bowral Blacks. She is a hardworking and committed committee member for both the junior and senior clubs and is currently the club Treasurer.
The Jim Hindmarsh Cup is a perpetual trophy named after one of Bowral Rugby’s most illustrious players. Jim Hindmarsh was the Club's first Wallaby, touring the United Kingdom in 1975/76 and France/Italy in 1976. Jim converted the famous NSW Country "up the jumper try" with a kick from the sideline to win the match against Sydney.
The Brian Corney Junior Mens Cup is a perpetual trophy . Brian joined the club in 1975, was awarded "Clubman of the Year" in 1976 and 1986 and was President in 1979/80. The Men's International Luncheon was initiated during Brian's Presidency.
The Al Spence Cup is a perpetual trophy . Al Spence was a player in the first years of the Clubs functioning. He held leadership positions in both the junior and senior committees. He is always seen officiating on the sideline no matter what the weather. He loves the action.
The Dennis Mudd Cup is a perpetual trophy . Dennis Mudd played in the first premiership winning side in 1973 and was secretary for many years. He has maintained a keen interest in Club development over a 42 year history.