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Sam Bowers looks up field in the round one clash with Wodonga Saints.
Martin Brennan flys high against Wahgunyah while Ian Kay and Seamus Bromley watch on.
Josh Quick takes a strong mark.
Ian Kay looks to rebound the ball from the defensive 50.

Welcome to the home of the Rutherglen - Corowa Football and Netball Club.

We are part of the Tallangatta and District Football League and our home is Barkly Park, Rutherglen.

 


JOIN THE CATS IN 2015

The Rutherglen Cats Football Netball Club is seeking new sponsors and members ahead of what promises to be an exiting season 2015. Further details in News.

 


LIKE US ON FACEBOOK, DOWNLOAD TEAM APP

The Rutherglen Cats Facebook page has launched and is the best way to stay up-to-date with the club, training times and coach details, as well as our valued sponsors.

Click here to like the page and show your support for the mighty Cats.

Another great way to stay up-to-date is by downloading the Rutherglen Cats smartphone app - Team App.

Instructions are available here.

 


FULL DAY OF FOOTBALL ON MARCH 28

The club is hoping for a big crowd when the Cats host the Rand Walbundrie Tigers at Barkly Park on Saturday, March 28.

The jumper presentation night will be held after the game, providing a great opportunity for the club to come together before the regular season, and for supporters to meet new coach Karl Jacka.

PRE-SEASON TRAINING 

WHEN: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6pm.

CONTACT: Karl Jacka - 0458 555 850.

All new and returning players are welcome.

 


2015 FIXTURE RELEASED

Rutherglen will kick-off season 2015 by taking on Wahgunyah at Wahgunyah on Saturday, April 11.

Further details available in News.

The fixture for all grades is available in Fixtures/Results.

 


OTHER NEWS

 


RUTHERGLEN IS A GOOD SPORT

We have achieved Level 3 Good Sports accreditation. The program is run by VicHealth in conjunction with the Australian Drug Foundation. This is the highest level possible without doing away with our bar. 

It shows that our club is doing everything possible to responsibly manage alcohol consumption. It means our percentage of alcohol revenue compared to other revenue streams has been reduced significantly. 

This has helped to improve the image of the club within the community and decrease the risk of liability. It also shows that the Cattery is a very family orientated club.