Corowa-Rutherglen Football Club
|Corowa-Rutherglen Football Netball Club|
|Competition||Ovens & Murray Football League|
|Premierships||2 (2000, 2003)|
John Foord Ovalwww.corowarutherglenfnc.com.au
Additionally surplus players formed the Rutherglen-Corowa Cats in 1979 and competed in the Coreen & District Football League for 13 seasons, before moving to the Ovens & King Football League for 11 seasons. Today the club is known as the Rutherglen Cats, dropping "Corowa" from their name in 2002, and have competed in the Tallangatta & District Football League since 2004.
- Ovens & Murray Football League
- Ovens & Murray Football League
- Seniors: (02) 2000, 2003.
- Seconds: (02) 1986, 1992.
- Thirds: (03) 1983, 1984, 2000.
Team of the Century (1903-2003)
|Team of the Century
Corowa Football Club (1903-1978) - Rutherglen Football Club (1903-1978) - Corowa-Rutherglen Football Club (1979-2003)
- (a) G.Tobias was named in the Team of the Century for his career with the Corowa Football Club, he was also a foundation player for the Corowa-Rutherglen Football Club in 1979.
Return to Rutherglen and back to Barkly Park
In the 2016 Ovens & Murray FNL season it was announced that the Corowa-Rutherglen FNC would move the round 11 home match to Rutherglen's Barkley Park. This marked the first time a match was played in Rutherglen for premiership points since the 1981 Ovens & Murray FL season. Traditionally the Rutherglen Cats do not play on the Queen's Birthday Weekend as the town hosts the annual Winery Walkabout.
Accompanying the return was a pre-match luncheon with many guest speakers, including Rutherglen O&M Hall of Famer Bill Gayfer, Mick Gayfer, John Pearce, Corowa-Rutherglen's O&M Hall of Famer Jim Sandral, Dennis Sandral, John Clancy, and Peter Chisnall. At the luncheon it was suggested by Corowa-Rutherglen official Fred Longmire that both the Corowa-Rutherglen FNC & Rutherglen FNC could be run by a one-commission model, which would include three representatives from both clubs, an independent chairperson and a paid general manager to run 12 football and nine netball teams in the O&M and T&D football leagues.
|2016||6||11||47||Corowa-Rutherglen||10||6||68||Wodonga||Report (Saturday June 11)|
- Brad Campbell - St Kilda
- Jeff Bruce - Fitzroy
- Ben Mathews - Sydney
- Joshua Houlihan - St Kilda
- Ryan Houlihan - Carlton
- Adam Houlihan - Geelong
- Damian Houlihan - Collingwood
- Mark O'Donoghue - North Melbourne
- John Longmire - North Melbourne
- Michael Gayfer - Collingwood
- Aaron Henneman - Essendon
- David Teague - North Melbourne
- Robert Campbell - Hawthorn
- Darral Henderson - North Melbourne
- Adam Matthews - Carlton
- Paul Lewis - Geelong
- Paul O'Donoghue - North Melbourne
- Peter Chisnall - North Melbourne
- Paul Bartlett - North Melbourne
- Craig Horwood - Collingwood
- Brett MacKenzie - North Melbourne
- Mardling, Xavier (11 June 2016). "Still a bit of bark in Dogs’ season". BorderMail.com.au. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
- JOHNSTON, DAVID (11 June 2016). "A back to the future model for Roos, Cats". BorderMail.com.au. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
- "Weekend of opportunity in footy". Yahoo.com. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
- "Roos relish return to Barkley Park". SheppNews.com.au. 16 June 2016. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
- Roos return to Rutherglen
- "VFL/AFL Players - Corowa Rutherglen Football Club - SportsTG". FoxSportsPulse.com. Retrieved 13 April 2017.