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The Brock-Burrum Football and Netball Club came about after the merger between the Brocklesby and Burrumbuttock Clubs at the start of the 2006 season. The merger occurred when both clubs could see the difficulties in surviving in the league as single entities. This struggle was due to the fact that both Brocklesby and Burrumbuttock were two of the smaller clubs that were competing against teams with a much larger population base.

Both clubs have long and proud traditions. Whilst Brocklesby’s last premiership was in 1958 and Burrumbuttock’s in 1969, they appeared regularly in the finals until the early 1990s. Ironically the last finals appearance for both clubs was in 1995 when, they played against each other in the first semi final. The years after that saw both clubs struggle to be competitive and unfortunately a number of wooden spoons were collected during this time.

As with all mergers the Brock-Burrum Football Club has taken time to settle. The two clubs were once fierce rivals and although there were barriers and mixed emotions initially, the club has developed and blossomed into the club it is today.

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Burrumbuttock (affectionately known by its inhabitants as Burrum) is a town in the central southern part of the Riverina region of NSW, located 34 km northwest of Albury. Its name comes from the parish name and “T.P Gibson’s estate”.

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