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The RUC at Turner – supporting Canberra sport

the ruc supporting canberra sport

Feature blog post by Jeremy Wilcox, Secretary Manager, the RUC
We love our sport. And the RUC at Turner loves supporting our local teams. Yes, our main sports following lies with Lawn Bowling and Rugby Union in the ACT, but did you know we also proudly support many other amateur sports in the Inner North? From netball to cricket, and everything in between, here’s a list of the local sporting teams we proudly support:

  • ANU Sport
  • ANU Cricket
  • ANU Touch Football
  • OWLS Rugby Union
  • UC Hockey
  • RUC Ravens Cricket
  • Yabbies Cricket
  • Belconnen Sharks Juniors League
  • Inner North Netball Club
  • ANU Cycling
  • ACT Junior Rugby Union
  • Bowls ACT

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Kick off the Brumbies season with us

It’s finally here! Rugby season is ON.

Get to Brumbies home games with us on our RUC Courtesy Bus. No need to book, just jump on the bus on the night for free transfer from the RUC direct to O’Connor Ridge. The bus will return to the RUC after the game.

If you can’t make it to the game head on down to the Club to watch the game with stadium sound. Enjoy Members’ Specials like $3.90 Spirits or $4.90 Boags Draught Schooners with your mates while cheering on the boys. Same goes for away games – book a table to get a front row seat in front of the big screen.

Go the Brumbies!

What’s the RUCkus? Oh, it’s just our awesome menu!

Food really brings people together doesn’t it? There’s just something about eating that brings people closer. Family occasions over a meal out, friends sharing a bite over a footy game, a girl’s night out with a delicious nibble and a few drinks.

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Start RUCing up the Rewards

RUC Rewards for members

RUC Rewards – it’s not the Frequent Flyer program nor Flybuys – you don’t have to spend half of your annual income with one carrier to get a free coffee.

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Mmmm Beer

Poor beer. It doesn’t have the pizazz of a pinot, the sneakiness of a cider or versatility of spirits. It’s often portrayed as making you feel overly bloaty and blokey. And every second week it seems there’s a hipster pushing a “craft” beer manufactured in a microbrewery. Read more