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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.


Karl Jacka has been appointed senior football coach for 2015 and 2016.

Karl brings a great deal of experience, knowledge and professionalism to our club after being a senior premiership coach at Moulamein, and coaching stints at Henty, Howlong, and most recently as reserves coach at the Wodonga Raiders in 2014, where his team played finals.

Karl officially starts on Wednesday, December 17. Please get down to Barkly Park at 6pm to meet Karl and watch him take his first training session. A barbecue dinner and refreshments will be available afterwards. It is an opportunity to make a great impression on Karl, and show him just how great our club is by having as many people as possible at training.

The process of finding a senior coach has been time consuming and at many times a frustrating task - however right throughout the process we have been determined to make sure we get the right person that can be a long-term benefit to our club. With Karl, we believe we have found that person.

We are looking forward to a successful 2015 at the Rutherglen Football Netball Club.


Congratulations to Jane McInnes who has been appointed as netball coach for A and B grade in 2015.

Toby Quick and Wayne Cooper will coach the under 12s while Peter Turton will be in charge of the under 17s again in 2015.

Head to news to read the latest committee minutes.


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

Other highlights of the fixture include:

  • First home match on April 18 against Dederang Mount-Beauty.
  • A Sunday match against Beechworth on the ANZAC Day weekend. This is the only TDFL match on this weekend and allows the club to have a bye on the June long-weekend when the rest of the competition will be playing.
  • A competition-wide bye on May 23 for interleague.
  • Playing Wahgunyah, Chiltern, Barnawartha, Dederang Mount-Beauty, Beechworth and Mitta United twice.

The full fixture is available here.


Young midfielder Sam Bowers has been rewarded for an outstanding year, easily winning the Matt Talbot Medal, from co-captain Jakeb Meyer and half back Josh Quick.

Jason Shelley (Reserves), Jane McInnes (A Grade), Nat Howard (B Grade) and Shae Talbot (C Grade) were among the winners on the night.

Senior best and fairest results

1) Sam Bowers

2) Jakeb Meyer

3) Josh Quick

4) Seamus Bromley and Dylan Oats



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.