Cookbundoon needs better amenities.
They don't want it, they need it.
The Southern Tablelands Football Association (STFA) are doing everything they can to raise enough funds to improve the facilities at the ground, especially to include female change rooms.
On Saturday, August 10, 105 people attended a Retro Round dinner at the Workers Club where more than $4000 was raised.
More funds were supposed to be raised during the football games for Retro Round, but was postponed due to the snow.
Southern Tablelands Football Association director Craig Norris said the dinner was a success and the funds raised were a good start.
"I'm pretty happy with how the night went," Norris said.
"Everyone told me they had a great time.
"The music was good and everyone stayed on 'til late in the evening.
"Considering there were no games played during the day and how cold it was, it went pretty well.
"[The funds raised] go a long way to being able to build a shed or things like that.
"We can buy a double garage for about $10,000, so if we can raise that on top of some money we have coming from Southern NSW, we should be able to build some change rooms anyway."
Norris said the best thing about the dinner was that the cause united everyone from the Association.
"It was a good event in all because every club was in attendance," he said.
"While all the clubs were rivals on the pitch, there was a bit of camaraderie between them and they all had the same goal."
Peg Leg Meg provided music on the night, while memorabilia auctioned off included a signed Sydney Thunder jersey, a signed Liverpool FC jersey and a framed tennis ball signed by the sport's legend, Roger Federer.
The postponed Retro Round games will be played on Saturday and will see clubs wear old uniforms or uniforms inspired from old teams throughout STFA's history.
Other activities on the day will include a cake stall, dunking booth, an inflatable goal target and raffles.
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