Raby Tavern enjoys supporting the 19th Hole Social Golf Club. For over 14 years these Raby Tavern locals have come together to play golf. Made up of aussies and expats from England, Scotland and Ireland, this motley crue get together 3-4 times a year to enjoy the golf, the banter and most importantly, the 19th Hole. The club puts on meat tray raffles every Sunday between 1pm and 5pm.
The Raby Tavern Fishing Club was born from locals who were fishing enthusiats wanting to share their knowledge and experience with their friends. The club is a tool to build social relationships and also to develop skills in this area. The club meets at Raby Tavern every Thursday night from 5pm; this is also the raffle night. Started by Ron (Pop) Archer and Paul Crowe in 1985, the club welcomes all people with all levels of fishing experience. The club fishes on the third Sunday of every month. Member fees are $50 per trip (minimum 12 trips) Contact Wayne for further information (0424 288 644) www.facebook.com/RabyTavernFishingClub
Our teams are known as the Redbacks. We're a small, community based cricket club with approximately 65 players across 4 teams located at Eschol Park, St Andrews. We also have a Milo Cricket Team for ages 6-10 years old. We offer accredited coaching staff that run coaching clinics to help, develop and train all ages, at all levels. We're about good health and promoting team and community spirit through sport accessible to anyone. If you're interested in playing for our club, please contact Ryan Hilliard on 0423 722 046. Raby Tavern has been the major sponsor of the Redbacks for the last 5 years and is proud to be associated with the club. www.redbacks.nsw.cricket.com.au
Raby Tavern Social Golf Club is a golf club that plays roughly twice a month in and around Campbelltown and meets regularly at the tavern to discuss the best and worst shots of the round, the near misses, the longest drive, the biggest sledge! The club is open to all comers and is as much a chance to meet with friends, new and old, as it is to play 18 holes. The 19th hole is always the most welcome. Every year the club takes a golf tip away; again, it's as much a chance to spend time with mates as it is to play. The club is a mix of seasoned and regular golfers and those who just want to make contact when they tee off. For more details, please go to www.rtsgc.com/default.htm