The Narromine Jets have raised thousands for two local community groups.
As an opportunity to say thank you to the community the club hosted their annual sponsors and charity day last Saturday, which Narromine Jets publicity officer said was a "huge success".
"It's an opportunity to thank our sponsors for their invaluable support and contribution to our club, and give back to our local community," Ms Everett said.
The day was also made special with the team wearing jersey's designed by 12-year-old Toby Everingham, who won the club's community design competition in 2020.
"Due to COVID, we didn't get to play so were extra excited to wear them this year," Ms Everett said.
"We absolutely love them."
The jersey's represent the colours of Narromine VRA Rescue Squad and Narromine Cancer Support Group, and also give respect to the Indigenous culture and heritage of the community.
After the game everyone was invited back to the Narromine USMC, where they were auctioned off, with money raised going to the local VRA and cancer support group.
A staggering $8600 was raised from the auction, and Ms Everett said the club were excited to donate $4300 to each group.
"Both are such important groups in our community, whom we are so proud to support," she said.