Strengthening Local Clubs Program

The ‘Club of Origin’ concept is designed to reward the volunteers, build club spirit and at the same time raise much needed funds for local junior development programs.

Helping to build the grassroots of rugby league in regional Australia!
Register your town or club
Purchase a ticket in the club raffle
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Community Sponsors

Strengthening Local Clubs Program is grateful for the generosity of its sponsors and their ongoing support as we work together toward achieving the goals of the Community and its members.


Register Your Town

By completing the registration form, your Town can benefit from the Good4Global fundraising activities.

'Not for Profit' Organisations and Community Groups nominated at the point of raffle ticket sale will receive a percentage of the revenue generated from that sale.

After you register your town, it will be added onto the Leaderboard with it's own raffle URL.

The local businesses in the town may wish to promote this raffle URL to their networks in order to encourage them to nominate a NFP organisation or community group to receive the funds.

About Us

Benefits of the ‘Club of Origin’ Challenge Cup Event:

1. Provides a major community networking event focusing on fun and goodwill.

2. Provides an opportunity for locals to play alongside legends of rugby league in a celebrity game of non-contact rugby league called SuperStar Touch (two person touch rule).

3. Every club who registers for the event will share in the fundraising revenue generated from nominated activities.

4. Opportunity to involve businesses in Club of Origin Celebrity
Challenge Game by providing space for their business logo/name to appear on the playing shirt.

5. Opportunity to engage former rugby league legends to ‘adopt a club’ and assist with their fundraising activities.

6. Opportunity to engage with local communities at a VIP Gala Dinner.


Strengthening Local Clubs Program History


Rugby League Legend & Ambassador  Graham 'Wombat' Eadie has spend many years coaching players, strengthening clubs and contributing back to the game he loves. His career stats are very impressive (NRL Player 1971 - 83, NSW State of Origin Player 1980 & Australian Kangaroo 1973 - 79) and gained him the honour of being named as 1 of the 100 greats of the game at the Centenary of Rugby League Celebrations in 2008.

Graham has been involved in developing rugby league programs including;
Hosting the Border Cup Challenge Event - click here
Hosting the Footy Forum - click here
Developing a Rugby League Skills Testing Kit - click here
Developing the SuperStar Touch Game - click here
Setup his own fundraising network - click here