Jindabyne Rugby Union Club Newsletter 30 May 2017
This Weekend’s Games – Saturday 3 June – CHARITY DAY
First Tracks U10’s Piglets vs Royals @ 11am – Home
Get Fenced U12’s Piglets vs Royals @ 12pm – Home
RipCurl Jindabyne U13’s Piglets vs Cooma @ 1.15pm – Home
Rokits Edibles U15’s Bushdevils vs Trinity – Away
Mountain Munchies U15’s Miss Piglets vs Wests – Away
Mountain Munchies U17’s Miss Piglets vs Wests – Away
Lake Jindabyne Hotel Bushpigs vs Gunghalin @ 2.30 – Home
Last Weekends Results – Saturday 27 May
U10’s lost to Uni’s 70-12
U12’s lost to Easts 67-31
U13’s defeated Daramalan 26-14
U15’s lost to Daramalan 68-0
U15 Girls lost to Vikings 38-10
U17 Girls defeated Queanbeyan 67-0
Bushpigs lost to Crookwell 45-17
Buses This Weekend – Saturday 27 May
U15’s on a 14 Seater
All Miss Piglets on a 14 Seater & Cars
All Junior buses leave from JCS. Your manager will have the time for you.
Bushpigs every Tuesday & Thursday 6.00pm
Piglets every Tuesday & Thursday 4.45pm.
Without the generosity of the following businesses, our Under 10’s Piglets wouldn’t be on the field. Big thanks to:
First Tracks Boardstore – Nuggets Crossing Jindabyne
Mitre 10 Jindabyne – Snowy River Ave, Jindabyne
Westpac Jindabyne – Nuggets Crossing, Jindabyne
Dabyne Planning – Gippsland St, Jindabyne
Bushpigs Birthdays of the Week!
Shout out to the following Pigs and Pigs supporters for their birthdays this week!
Paul Livissianos, Jake Roarty, Jordan Lewis, Kris Jones, Joshua Ashe, Brooke Regan and Kelly Pasalich!
The club is getting new polo’s they will be available in Men’s, Women’s and Kids sizes. Must be preordered, buy your polos online here or see Mags or Nikkers.
Hoodies are available at home games and available for purchase online here. For a full list of stock, please email email@example.com
All players must have ambulance cover, if required the ground manager will call an Ambulance.
Details on the website https://bushpigs.rugby/contact-us/
Charity Round – this Saturday!
This weekend is the annual Charity Round. In 2017 the Jindabyne Rugby Union Club is raising funds for the Fly Program.
THE FLY PROGRAM
‘EXPLORE, CAST, DISCOVER, RECOVER’
The Fly Program is a not-for-profit organisation seeking to raise the awareness and combat the impacts of depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide in the Australian adult male community.
The concept of The Fly Program is very unique and it is built around four key components Explore, Cast, Discover and Recover.