DUBBO Westside will start their 2015 Group 11 campaign with some new equipment, thanks to a promotion run by Tooheys New.
The club scored themselves some much-needed customised team jerseys thanks to the sponsorship program, and the unwavering support of the Dubbo community.
The Tooheys New Footy Fund is a program focused on supporting senior rugby league and rugby union clubs in regional NSW.
During the promotion, patrons have been able to input unique codes inside specially marked cartons of Tooheys New (worth 20 Reward Points) and choose to allocate them to their favourite participating senior footy club online.
Once enough points were accrued, clubs could redeem them for new footy gear.
Adam Bush from Dubbo Westside said the campaign was a fantastic way to get supporters engaged with the club.
"We have always been grateful for the ongoing support from our fans that show up every week to cheer on the teams, come rain, hail or shine," he said.
"Now their commitment has helped us get our hands on some of the gear that Tooheys New is giving away.
"In particular, we would like to give special thanks to the local bottle shops and the community who were a tremendous help and pushed our points tally up.
"We hope that everyone will continue to cheer on the boys next year when our players will be kitted out in their new uniforms."
Meanwhile, a change in the secretary position will be on the agenda when Group 11 holds its annual general meeting at the Dubbo RSL Memorial Club on Sunday.
Current secretary Bob Walsh indicated towards the end of the 2014 season he would be stepping down, leaving a big role for someone to fill.
Also expected to be raised on the agenda at the meeting is an idea from defending premiers Dubbo CYMS to wear home and away jerseys in 2015.
The club has had designs made that will see their home kit look very similar to the hooped strip they wore in 2014 while the away jersey will be predominantly green with a white 'V'.