|Full name||Henry James Reville|
|Date of birth||5 October 1904|
|Place of birth||Carisbrook, Victoria|
|Date of death||4 March 1970(aged 65)|
|Height / weight||183 cm / 88 kg|
|1925–1934||South Melbourne||156 (207)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1939.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
Peter Reville (5 October 1904 – 4 March 1970), Christened "Henry James", but adopted his father's Christian name, was an Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne and Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
A first class follower and half-forward who was one of the best utility players in the league. He was an excellent high mark and long kick. A determined player with a good turn of pace. As a half-forward flanker he was one of the best in the 1933 flag win. Reville debuted for South Melbourne in 1925 and appeared for the club 156 times before leaving.
Reville's last game with the southerners was the premiership play-off of the following year when his admirable all round performance as a half forward-cum-follower was insufficient to prevent the Tigers achieving their revenge. Never one to take a backward step, Reville was also reported no fewer than three times during the match, but he escaped suspension by electing to depart the VFL scene and join Coburg as captain-coach. In 1936 as a Tiger Reville won the Recorder Cup, the VFA association medal for leagues Best & Fairest. Reville resumed his VFL career in 1938, this time with Fitzroy. Still a handy player, he added 22 games and 27 goals to his tally over the ensuing couple of seasons before finally retiring.
- "The Story of Peter Reville – The Champion of the Brown Coal Mine". Footy Almanac. 18 September 2013. Retrieved 1 September 2014.
- "Football.". Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Vic. : 1886 - 1932) . Traralgon, Vic.: National Library of Australia. 27 March 1925. p. 4 Edition: MORNING. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
- Peter Reville's statistics from AFL Tables
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