Goulburn Rugby Union Club achieves its dream

Apr 11, 2011 by

The Veolia Mulwaree Trust has congratulated Goulburn's Rugby Union Football Club, The Dirty Reds, on the successful completion of its new clubhouse at Poidevin Oval. After an enormous amount of volunteer work by dedicated club members over several years, the impressive new facility was officially opened last month. 

Located at Poidevin Oval, the large windows at the new clubhouse will provide rugby fans with a perfect view over the field from the comfort of indoors, with new catering, bat

hroom and storage amenities adding to the club's facilities.

Former Wallaby Simon Poidevin opened the new clubhouse, alongside Veolia Mulwaree Trust Chairman Paul Stephenson and Goulburn Mulwaree Council Mayor and Trustee Cr Geoff Kettle (pictured above, photo courtesy of the Goulburn Post). Mr Stephenson has praised the dedication of the Club's members in bringing their dream to reality, and in doing so, creating one of the premier sporting venues in the district.

 The Veolia Mulwaree Trust was proud to provide a $40,000 grant toward the construction of the new clubhouse.