The female facilities at Cookbundoon are not up to scratch.
That is why the Goulburn Stags will host a dinner at the Goulburn Workers Club on Saturday, August 10, to raise funds for the amenities.
Southern Tablelands Football Association acting executive director Craig Norris said there was a big problem with the female facilities across the Southern Tablelands.
"At the moment, we just have one home-and-away change room," Norris said.
"As you can imagine, when you have a thousand players out there, it is very hard to share the facility.
"With the growth of the female game, you need more female-specific change rooms.
"The current change room only has one toilet in it and two showers without any doors, so it is not very female-friendly.
"We need to build a couple of change rooms to cater directly for girls."
Besides the dinner, clubs from the Southern Tablelands will also be hosting activities during the day at Cookbundoon.
"Each club is doing something different on the day," Norris said.
"There will be some inflatable dart boards, while a couple of clubs will be selling merchandise, such as can coolers and drink bottles."
The theme will be 'retro round' because "the buildings are so old that they are almost heritage".
"We just tried to come up with something different," Norris said. "We decided to go retro round to match the buildings."
Norris is hoping for about 180 people to attend and encouraged those attending to reminisce about the past.
"We're inviting everybody, past and present, to come and have a look on the day," he said.
"Hopefully they wear an old shirt, share a memory or two, or bring some photos along.
"We want to get people who used to be involved in the game to feel a part of it again."
The night begins at 6.30pm and tickets are $60 per person, available from the Workers Club. There will be a two-course dinner as well as music by Peg Leg Meg.
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