Grill Team to the rescue for Cobras Junior Rugby League Football Club

After two break-ins ruined a junior footy team’s club rooms, Triple M’s Grill Team came to the rescue.

The Grillers’ Project Reno is now complete and the show’s Matty Johns, Mark Geyer and Gus Worland today unveiled the new look Cabra-Vale Diggers Cobras Junior Rugby League Football Club in an OB from the club.

During the live broadcast from the club this morning, the bulk of the restoration and finishing touches were carried out by around 30 hard-working tradesmen, who lent a hand to The Grillers and Toyota to help get the job done. In addition to local community members and Club President Ian Hooper and Secretary Sue Hogan, Nathan Hindmarsh and Andrew ‘Joey’ Johns also attended to show their support.

Among the new facilities unveiled at the club this morning were a stainless steel kitchen, new taps and sinks for the bathrooms, and new bench seats installed in the locker rooms.


The boys also surprised the club with a $10,000 cheque to help restore just some of the equipment which was stolen during two separate break-ins this year. The only catch was MG and Gus had to eat one of the world’s hottest chillies to hand the money over, which of course they tackled with gusto.

Triple M and Toyota built Project Reno after The Grill Team received a heartfelt letter from the CVD Cobras JRLFC, located at Edensor Park, where the club’s secretary described the facilities as shocking (listen to the audio below). The initiative aimed to give some love back to the local community, and ran for two weeks.

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