DENILIQUIN RSL CLUB  72 End Street, Deniliquin NSW 2710 Australia  +61 3 5881 1455

Sub Clubs

Deni RSL Fishing Club

Contact: David Hart (03) 5881 1455

www.denifishingclassic.com.au

Deni RSL Squash Club

Squash comps run three times a year in Autumn, Winter and Spring. Played on Monday nights starting at 6:30pm. New and visiting players invited to attend these nights to gain experience, meet players or learn how to play. All levels of players welcome.

The club competition format is a timed format of 12 min halves with a point per rally. Each team has a captain and players are encouraged to support other players during the course of their games via scoring. Scoring for new players is encouraged but not mandatory.

The club participates in the region based Inter-Town Squash winter competition. This is monthly home and away competition. Games held on a Sunday against clubs such as Hay, Finley, Echuca, Shepparton, Cohuna and others.

Contact: Matt Tubb 0407 432 710

Golden Rivers Boxing Club

Duncan Street, Deniliquin

Contact: Roy Lynn / Heather Rose 0400 343 758

Coaches: Jake McArdle- Danny Barnes 

Opening Hours:
Monday Wednesday & Thursday 6:30pm – 8:00 pm
Thursday (Women Only) 3:30 – 4:30 pm
$5.00 per session

Deni RSL Bowling Club

Deniliquin RSL Sports Complex, Duncan Street, Deniliquin.
Contact (03) 5881 2449
Mixed Social Bowls – Tuesday & Thursday all year round, Plus Saturdays April through September. 1pm start. Names to be in by 12-12:30pm
Pennant bowls

Carpet Bowls

In the Dunlop Room

Wednesday Night Carpet Bowls:
Mixed Competition
From 7:00 pm

Thursday Afternoon Bowls
Social Ladies Bowls
From 1:30pm

Sunday Afternoon Bowls
Mixed Social Bowls
From 2:00 pm

Deni RSL Cricket Club

Contact: Deni RSL (03) 5881 1455

Deni RSL Life Ball Club

Lifeball is a game similar to netball and is designed for older people.

Lifeball was invented and developed by Colleen Wilson-Lord OAM of Jindera, NSW, as a team ball game that would attract ex-sportspeople when they were done with sports that require running, jumping and body contact. Lifeball is a walking game that is safe for older players, (but good for all ages), where the rules are designed to have players involved in all aspects of the game - attack, defence, goal shooting, goal defending, and so on, without the need to run. Lifeball is played around the local region as well as in centres from Hervey Bay in Queensland, and all the way round to Western Australia. Deni Dodgers have been playing Lifeball for nine years.

The game was previously known as Shot Ball / Walk Ball. Lifeball is open to all Seniors who wish for gentle exercise and to play our game. We have a lot of fun - the game improves our health and motivates our thinking. It includes walking, passing and throwing the ball to your team mate, goal throwing into a specially designed goal and is played by men and women.

Due To COVID Restrictions the club is currently meeting on Mondays 10.00 for a social gathering In the RSL Dunlop Room.

Contacts:

Anita Wilson - 03 5881 4774

Joan McCalman - 0448 812 805