We are excited to announce our multi-year partnership with Club Rivers. Club Rivers are no stranger to supporting the community and grassroots sporting activities. As major partners of Riverwood Legion and The St George District Referees Association, now Club Rivers will extend their partnership to become a principal partner of the St George Junior Rugby Football League. This makes Club Rivers one of the farthest-reaching partners that we have had, and we couldn’t be happier to have them with us.

“Club Rivers have been brilliant supporters of the entire community not only with rugby league and community sport but to the other various not for profit organisations across the whole of the St George community, “said Gary Fa’afua, President for the STG JRFL. “We are thrilled to have Club Rivers on board as they share the same vision as us where they want to see people of all ages whether young or old getting involved in the community, which brings us all together.”

Club Rivers’ redeveloped premises provides modern, welcoming and impressive bar, entertainment & food for all ages to enjoy. There are always plenty of events and activations happening at Club Rivers so be sure to have lunch or dinner at the Mikes Grill or get an authentic oriental experience at the Red River House and participate in the weekly raffles and trivia. Be surprised and find out more at clubrivers.com.au or follow them on Facebook and Instagram @clubrivers

The St George Junior Rugby Football League continues next Saturday and Sunday with round 7 and the Craig Rimmer Memorial Cup. Stay tuned at stgeorgejrl.com.au for all the latest updates and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @StGeorgeJRLfor more on our collaboration with Club Rivers!

   Principal Partner

   Major Partner

St George Junior Rugby Football League Inc.

Lvl 2, Western Grandstand, Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

jelias@nswrl.com.au

The St George Junior Rugby Football League recognises that the Bidjigal people of the Eora Nation are the traditional inhabitants and custodians of the land which we play and train on.

The league recognises Aboriginal people as an integral part of the fabric of rugby league and highly values their contributions to our game.