Terry Lamb is one of the all-time legends and his record in the game speaks for itself playing for Australia, NSW, Western Suburbs and Canterbury with great distinction. He played a premiership record 350 first grade games (since passed by Darren Lockyer) and is the only player to appear in every match on a Kangaroo Tour, which he achieved in 1986 and was also the tour’s leading try-scorer with 19. In 2004 he was named five-eighth and captain of the Bulldogs all-time greatest side. In 2008 he was honoured as being named in the Top 100 Players of All Time and is the only Canterbury-Bankstown Junior in that esteemed group. Terry has won many personal awards and rates winning the Players Player Award in 1984, 1986 and 1995 as his most presigious. Terry captained Canterbury to premiership success in 1995 and played in the 1984 and 1988 triumphs. Terry played all 12 years of his Junior League at the Hornets. In 1998 he was made a Life Member of the Hornets.
Geoff Robinson played the majority of his Junior League football at Chester Hill and was graded by the Bulldogs in 1976 from Chester Hill. Geoff played 239 games for the Bulldogs and was a member of the 1980 and 1984 premiership victories and represented City in 1984. Geoff retired following the 1986 grand final where the Bulldogs lost narrowly against Parramatta. The late Peter 'Bullfrog' Moore described Geoff as the most popular player to play for Canterbury during his long service at the club. Geoff also played 30 matches for English club Halifax in 1985/86. After retirement, Geoff helped out behind the scenes at Chester Hill, coached various junior sides and helped his sons Travis and Hayden when they coached at the club. He also had three years coaching the Bulldogs U/21 side and guided them to premiership success in 1991. Geoff was involved with the Chester Hill Rhinos side for its three seasons 2007-09.
Corey Payne played all his Junior League football with Chester Hill and came through the Bulldogs under-age squads before being snapped up by St George Illawarra for the 2005 season. Corey played 45 games in his three seasons at the Dragons and joined Wests Tigers in 2008. He had two seasons at Wests Tigers and racked up 41 games. Corey was a nomination for the Ken Stephen Medal in 2009 and has done a lot of work raising awareness for breast cancer and the Sydney Childrens Hospital and has involved the Hornets on many occasions in the last three seasons. Corey joined the Bulldogs in 2010, but a shoulder injury kept him out for the majority of the season. He returned to make his NRL debut for the Bulldogs in the final round against Manly. Corey established himself in the first grade team in 2011-2012. His 2012 season was one of the most rewarding with playing all 26 matches for the Bulldogs, winning selection in the City Origin side, taking out the Bulldogs Club Person of the Year award, was acknowledged for his off-field with with a Churchill Fellowship award and was named the 2012 NSW Young Australian of the Year. Corey's achievements and support of the Hornets were acknowledged in 2012 with the club making a special presentation to him. Corey retired from the Bulldogs following the 2012 NRL Grand Final to take up opportunities presented to him off the field.