2008/09 10th Place 22pts from 26 games.
2009/10 10th Place 27pts from 24 games.
2010/11 8th Place 26pts from 24 games.
2011/12 3rd Place 51pts from 24 games.
The club was founded in the Lochside area of Dumfries by local joiner Frankie Harris and his pal Eddie McCormack in 1978.Two of the first players to play for the club were Steve Rice & Keith Nichol (now coaching at the club) and James Scaife. The first sponsor of the club (by purchasing the first set of strips for the newly formed club)was the owner of the Cairndale Hotel in the town. He had a boat moored at the island of Hestan in the Solway Firth called ''The Hestan Rover'' and suggested that this would be a good name for the club but tweeked it to Heston. As it happened , the area in which the club first played in Lochside,Dumfries also had a bus route called Heston Avenue - so the name was ideal ! The club soon re-located to Locharbriggs and then to the Kingholm and again to Parkhead (Noblehill) in Dumfries before moving to Maryfield in Georgetown (it's current base) circa 1995/96.
A hard working committee with George Gilston as chairman, and a very successful under 16's coach Stuart Jardine, steered
the club to a very successful period from 1986 - 1991, winning two league titles, three Rotary Cup wins and two Ryedale cup wins at under 16's.
The club started to grow in popularity and membership.The clubs committee decided that a colour scheme was required as all the teams were playing in various strips and the black and white stripes became the official colour around season 2001/2002.
The current captain of Annan Athletic's first ever SPL side Chris Jardine started his career at Heston Rovers and named the club in his recent interview in The Sun newspaper in August 2008.
The current club badge was designed in a competition run by the club and was won by Gary Kerr , a youth player with the club.
In September 2007 the club took delivery of three portacabins which linked together to provide changing facilities, toilets and a meeting room and strorage. The provision of facilities meant the club could now play competitive games at Maryfield.
The provision of changing rooms also enabled the club to introduce an all girls section in the summer of 2007.
The official opening of the new changing rooms was on 31/05/08. Craig Brown CBE was guest of honour and performed the official opening.
Until 2008 the club was only a youth football club. In the summer of 2008 the club merged with Dumfries FC to form its first ever adult team who play in the Southern Counties League in SW Scotland. The scorer of the first ever competitive goal for the new adult team was David Borthwick v Fleet Star FC in July 2008. The first player to come through our youth system and score in a competitive game for our senior team was Jaime Phillips v Annan Athletic on 30/08/08. The club was awarded the prestigeous Quality Mark 'standard' award by the Scottish FA in March 2008 in recognition of the management of the club to Scottish FA standards. Heston Rovers U11s took to the hallowed Hampden turf at half- time against Glasgow Athletic at the 2008 Scottish Cup Final on 24 May between Glasgow Rangers and Queen of the South - the 7 a side game finished 0-0. Queens lost 3-2 in a thrilling cup final. QoS scorer that day and club captain Jim Thomson regularly attends Heston Rovers annual trophy nights in May/June each year.
In the Summer of 2010 our Southern Counties vacated Glencaple to move to Maryfield where the first game was played on 18/08/10 against Nithsdale Wanderers. Alex Taylor scored the first goal at Maryfield, unfortunately we lost 3 - 2.
In November 2011 the club became a registered charity becoming the first football club in Dumfries & Galloway to do this.
on 7 Dec 2012 at Hampden Park, Heston Rovers became the first football club in Dumfries and Galloway region to be awarded the prestigeous 'community club' level award on the Scottish FA' Quality Mark accreditation scheme which had been a key objective for the Club Chairman Scott McGill for a few years.
Southern Counties 2008-09
Player of the year :Craig Adamson
'Players' player of the year : Ben Whillets
Most improved player of the year : Keiran McCulloch
Young player of the year : Jaime Phillips
Top Goalscorer : Gordon Gibson
Neil Johnstone Memorial Trophy : Raymond Boyd
Supporter of the Year : Chris Corbett
Over 40s section : Player of the Year : Derek Douglas
Long service awards : Fraser Magee , Aaron Callander and Grant Adamson(U17s)
player of the year : Calum West
young player of the year : Jordan Brown
goal of the season :Aaron Callander
most improved player : Fraser Magee
players player of the year : Jamie Simpson
Coaches player of the year : Tom Graham
goal of the season : Dane Moore
most improved player : Matthew Glok
players player of the year : Rowan McGill
Coaches player of the year : Darren McCrone
goal of the season : Marc McGill
most improved player : Cameron Williamson
players player of the year : Jamie Sneddon
Coaches player of the year : Connor Paterson
goal of the season : Jamie McDonald
most improved player : Ryan Gilmour
players player of the year : Keiran Ferguson
Coaches player of the year : Keiran Roan
goal of the season : Liam Kerr
most improved player : Ronan Moore
players player of the year : Liam Crosbie
Coaches player of the year : Ross Ferguson
goal of the season : Ryan Johnston
most improved player : Cameron Finnie
Peter Handyside played for Grimsby Town, Stoke City, Barnsley, Norwich Victoria & Hucknall Town.
Chris Jardine Captain of Annan Athletic 2008/09 in the year they joined the SFL.
Ross Kerr Captained the Scottish School boys under 18's.
Jaime Phillips made Scottish league appearance for Annan Athletic in 2010.
Daniel Carmichael signed for Queen of the South in June 2010.
Denny Johnstone played for Scotland Under 16's in August 2010
Hayley Crosbie played for Scotland Under 15's Girls in November 2010.
Steven Degnan played for Queen of the South in the Alba Cup Final v Ross County in April 2011. The following Wednesday evening in his first start for Queens he scored against Morton at Palmerston Park.
1986/87 Rotary cup finalists (16's)
1987/88 Ryedale cup winners (16's)
1987/88 League champions (16's)
1988/89 Rotaty cup winners (16's)
1989/90 Ryedale cup winners (16's)
1989/90 League champions (16's)
1989/1990 Rotary cup winners (16's)
1990/1991 Rotary cup winners (16's)
2004/05 Under 15's winners George Irving Trophy
2004/05 Under 15's League Champions
2005/06 Under 17's 6 a side winners
2005/06 Under 15's 6 a side winners
2006/07 Under 15's 6 a side winners
2007/08 Under 15's League Champions
2007/08 Under 15's League Cup Winners
2007/08 Under 17's 6 a side winners
2007/08 Under 15's 6 a side winners
2007/08 Under 13's League cup winners
2008/09 Under 15's 6 a side winners
2008/09 Under 15's League Champions
2009/10 Under 13's 5 a side winners
2010/11 Under 17's 5 a side winners
2010/11 Under 17's Ryedale Cup Winners
2011/12 Under 17's 5 a side winners
2011/12 Under 15's Plate Winners Blackpool Easter Tournament.
2011/12 Under 15's League Champions.
2012/13 Under 17s Rotary Cup winners
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