Brian Dunlevy played for the Norwood Reserves in 1967, having previously played for the Central Broken Hill Football Club.
The strong, left-footed Dunlevy made his League debut against Woodville, in round 9, 1969. He played another six senior games for the club, all of them in 1969.
Dunlevy also went on to play in the 1969 Reserves Grand Final win over Port Adelaide on the Adelaide Oval.
The following year he spent the entire season in the Reserves and was an important member of the Redlegs premiership side that defeated North Adelaide in the Grand Final, also on the Adelaide Oval.
The rugged utility, was probably best known as a solid defender and an excellent team-man who was capable of playing on the opposing resting followers, and also had the versatility to play on the smaller, resting rovers.
R Cialini April 2017