Fundraising

Given that disabilities can occur at all levels of society, we are keen to reach out to the Rugby community, particularly at Club Rugby level where our support will likely be most needed.

In addition, we want to reach out to the broader general community, as some of the funds raised will be used for multi disabled use, sporting or non-sporting related.

If you would like to help by raising funds for Cauliflower Club, in addition to becoming a Member, you could organise an event.


Please see our Club Rugby Charity Days page for further details re hosting a Rugby Day at your Club.  

Annual Charity Lunch

 Cauliflower Club hosts its own Annual Charity Lunch each year in Sydney.  The 2017 lunch is on sale now.  It is happening on 27th October and you can book tickets via TryBooking.  See our Events page for the link.


If you would like to host an Annual Charity Lunch to raise funds for Cauliflower Club, select a day in the year and nominate CCA as your charity of the day.  We are happy if the rewards of the day are shared with the organising Rugby Club.  

If you can gain a sizeable gathering, we are happy to assist in identifying a Wallaby, Wallaroo or Wheel Chair rugby player as a guest speaker.

Contact: events@cauliflowerclub.org.au


Rugby Long Lunch


There are many Rugby supporters that can reach beyond the typical 'rugby connections' to link up with local politicians, business connections and friends, where $25 is added to the lunch price as a donation to the Cauliflower Club.   


If you want to organise a 'Rugby Long Lunch' and have proceeds from a raffle or auction items - as well as a $25 ticket donation - please contact us for assistance with setting up tax free donations and hosting your event.  

Contact : events@cauliflowerclub.org.au

Examples of where funds are used

Sargood on Collaroy

The Cauliflower Club made a donation to the Sargood Foundation for use in the gym at Sargood on Collaroy. 

Wheelchair Sports NSW

CCA have provided a number of trailers to assist in moving equipment to enable competition in regional wheel  chair sports.

Support at Club Level

CCA were able to support Dom Punch from the Maitland Blacks following his tragic injury.

Try Fines

As an additional fundraising initiative Cauliflower Club Members have the option to pay a Try Fine.  This falls due when a Wallaby Front Rower scores a try.


This is a $50 fine, and is tax deductible and optional, each time this occurs.


try fine gallery

Sekope Kepu

 v Argentina September 2017

Tatafu Polota-Nau

 v South Africa September 2017

Stephen Moore

v Fiji June 2017

Sekope Kepu

v England December 2016

Stephen Moore

v Wales November 2016

Scott Sio

v South Africa October 2016

Stephen Moore

v England June 2016

Sekope Kepu

v Fiji 2015

Sekope Kepu

v New Zealand 2015

Sekope Kepu

v New Zealand 2015


Benn Robinson

v Argentina 2013