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Find our all you need to know about the Jindabyne Rugby Union Club’s summer touch football competition. Join our Facebook group for the latest updates including draws and results.



PHOTOS: Prelim Final – Taralga vs Bushpigs 17 August 2019

PHOTOS: Prelim Final – Taralga vs Bushpigs 17 August 2019

The Bushpigs headed to Taralga on Saturday 17 August, 2019 for the sudden death South Coast Monaro 2nd Division Preliminary Final, and a chance to take on Crookwell in the grand final the following week.Despite an enormous effort from the men in green, Taralga were...

PHOTOS: Crookwell vs Bushpigs 22nd June 2019

PHOTOS: Crookwell vs Bushpigs 22nd June 2019

Take a look at the gallery of images from when the Bushpigs travelled to Crookwell on Saturday 22 June, 2019. The Pigs went down in a nail-biter 22-29, when Crookwell scored a try in the final minutes. Thanks to Tony Rudd for the photos!


Jindabyne Rugby Union Club’s Amy Thrum features in Rugby Australia’s latest marketing campaign, “Part of More”. Watch the video here.



Jindabyne is located in the Australian high country at the foot of the NSW Snowy Mountains.   The town boomed with the Snowy Mountains Hydro Electric Authority works in the 1950’s which saw migrants from all around the world from all walks of life and many from war torn countries and all looking for a better life. Situated only 30 minutes to the snow fields and 2 hours to the coast or Australians capital Canberra it is the perfect spot to see the days go by. With water skiing in summer and snow skiing we can keep most happy. Rugby pre season starts in January and the competition season is April until August. Covering the Monaro from one end to the other rugby is a full day commitment with some days spending 10 hours in the bus seat but if you did not know any rugby songs before you would by the end of the trip.


Ground Address: J.J. Connors Oval, Park Road, Jindabyne NSW 2627 Email: Postal Details: PO Box 280, Jindabyne NSW 2627

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