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Welcome to the home of the Rutherglen Football and Netball Club, proudly supported in 2016 by Complete Bodycraft and the Poachers Paradise Hotel.

We are part of the Tallangatta and District Football League and our home is Barkly Park, Rutherglen. Our under 18 netballers won the 2015 premiership.

Join more than 1400 fans who stay informed via the Rutherglen Cats Facebook page.

The club is always encouraging new members and sponsors to join our family. Check out our membership options here. For more information contact Greg Lumby (0427 357 235), Annette Meyer or Graham Steed (gsteed@albury.net.au).


ROUND 5 V BARNAWARTHA AT BARNAWARTHA (April 30)

It will be a massive clash this weekend as we travel to Barnawartha for a top-of-the table clash.

It will be Grant Steed's 300th club match. Congratulations Steedy, a fantastic effort.

Read about a solid day at Barkly Park against rivals Beechworth - including the auction winners - in Match Reports.


HELP OUR COMMUNITY ON PINK LADY DAY

Join us for a high tea at the annual Rutherglen Cats pink lady day on Saturday May 7 from 1pm. Tickets are $20 per head with raffle tickets selling for $5 per ticket or 5 for $20.

All money raised is donated to local breast care nurses. Any donation of a plate of sweet or savoury food would be appreciated for this great cause.

Contact Annette Meyer (0418 264 325) or Di Milthorpe (0410 061 864) to book your seat.


LIKE US ON FACEBOOK, DOWNLOAD TEAM APP

Like the Rutherglen Cats Facebook page  to stay up-to-date with the club.

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

Instructions available here.

 


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.