The St Patrick's Parish School rugby league team will be looking very smart when they take to the field next season after receiving 17 new jerseys.
The jerseys were courtesy of a donation from the Cooma Rovers Trust Fund.
The trust fund was established when the Cooma Rovers Football Club folded in 1970.
There are three trustees of the fund, Chris Mould, Mick Schofield and Graeme Boller.
Mr Schofield said the trust fund was used to support local school boy rugby league.
"We help out with other projects for the need of the local community and help out wherever we can," he said.
"We want to make sure the kids are looked after."
School principal Phil Stubbs thanked the trustees for the donation and said the school was very grateful.
Last year the trustees donated money for the purchase of new goal posts and electronic scoreboard at the Cooma Showground.