On February 18, North Ryde RSL Cricket Club hosted another successful Pink Stumps Day.
Spectators of the charity game that involved both men and juniors donned themselves in pink to support and raise funds for the McGrath foundation.
The day raises funds for the many families experiencing the effects of breast cancer in Australia, and was topped off with a donation of $10,000 from North Ryde RSL.
Pictured below is Tamsin White, Marketing Manager of the McGrath Foundation accepting the donation from Club President Barry Herbert, and a photo with the team.
Here are a few happy snaps of the newest area of the Club - Green Bar!
Complete with live wall, big screen and a collection of top-of-the-shelf champagnes, the Green Bar is the brand new main bar of The Club.
Come and enjoy your favourite food and drinks, and try out our signature Green Bar Cocktail - Chandon S and Midory with a sugar rim for only $8.28 for members and $9.20 for visitors.
Another successful George Dingwall Shield has concluded this past weekend.
The yearly competition celebrates North Ryde RSL's Intra Clubs, and sees them all compete against each other to win a plaque on the coveted shield.
Indoor Sports came away with the win for this year, with Mens' Bowls being the runners up and Baseball coming in third.
Congratulations to all who competed and good luck for next year.
If you would like to join an Intra Club today, please come in and speak to a staff member in the Membership Office.
Riverviews Bar & Dining is now open on level 1 of North Ryde RSL.
Headed by a new chef with a number of new team members, the Riverviews menu brings you dishes such as the lobster and crab bisque with pan-fried lobster meat and spanner crab, served in a tomato and
butter spiced broth with toasted sourdough; the duck ragù with pappardelle pasta, field mushroom, baby spinach and extra virgin olive oil; the grilled chicken breast burger with bacon, American cheddar, avocado salsa, lettuce and super crunch fries; gourmet roasts and much, much more.
The Atrium Brasserie has recently undergone a refurbishment which has seen it receive a new coat of paint, new furniture and new movable space dividers.
A group of professional interior designers looked at the space and came up with a plan to make it not only look fantastic itself, but draw the eye to the natural beauty of the view.
They also looked at the practically of the area and chose furniture that is not only comfortable and looks great, but better suited the needs of Brasserie goers.
Members and guests now have more flexibility than ever with the addition of a variety of seating styles including high tables with stools for more casual get-togethers, booths for families and bigger groups, and optional private rooms with moveable screen doors.
A new menu to suit the decor will be coming soon.