Why we're here...

The Hay Dustdrinkers B&S Ball was established as the major fundraiser for the Hay Magpies Rugby League Football Club in 2012.

Your patronage helps ensure the longevity of a proud family club that was officially formed in the 1930s, and gives our little town a much-appreciated tourism boost.
The Hay Magpies participate in the Group 20 rugby league competition, against teams from Griffith, Yenda, Leeton, Darlington Point/Coleambally, West Wyalong, Yanco and Lake Cargelligo (Tullibigeal-Lakes United). 

A proud family club established in 1936, the Magpies field up to five teams each season, including under 16s, under 18s, leaguetag, reserve grade and seniors - that's up to 75 Magpies on the road or at the park every weekend. With a large supporter base, the club is a big social hub in the Hay community.

Interested in playing football in regional NSW? The Magpies want you. Contact the club through its Facebook page.

Hay B&S 2019

Never been to Hay? 

Never been to Hay and want to know what's in town?
Here are a few places.... 

- Two supermarkets
- Two major service stations in South Hay, one locally-operated service station in main street
- Newsagent
- Chemist
- Three pubs: South Hay Hotel, Riverina Hotel, New Crown Hotel. All the pubs sell takeaway alcohol, lunch and dinner counter meals.
- The Visitor Information Centre in Moppett Street offers friendly service, free wifi, drinking water and a hot shower for just $2.
- Bakery, coffee shops
- Two major banks: Commonwealth and Westpac. Private ATMs also located in most pubs.
- Op shop
- and of course a tyre service and plenty of mechanics.... just in case.

Public toilets are located at the Lions Park (Lachlan Street, just before the bridge), Hay Park (Morgan Street) and the Visitor Information Centre in Moppett Street, just around the corner from the newsagent and Riv Hotel.