They’re used to footwork on the field but on Friday night the Junee Jaguars proved they can also bust some dance moves.
The lip-sync battle saw six teams face-off in glam rock power ballads.
Event organiser Julie Shepherd said $600 was raised on the night with the help of principle sponsors Neil Pinto Orthodontics, Total Bliss and the Commercial Hotel.
Ms Shepherd and her team performed I Was Made For Loving You by Kiss.
“We were the only ones that went full out with costumes and props, we even had a fake tongue for Jean Simmons,” she said.
Their make-up took more than an hour to finish, and attracted quite some attention as they made their way to the bowling club.
“We did walk there, so we had a few strange looks from cars as they passed by,” Ms Shepherd said.
“When we got there though, the bowling club said we really did make their night.”
Other notable performances included the first grade men’s rendition of Daryl Braithwaite’s anthem The Horses and an all-female version of Tribute.
But, at the end of the night, the audience chose to crown Neil Sainsbury king of the lip-sync for his performance of The Divinyls’ I Touch Myself. Earlier in the night, Mr Sainsbury also gave his all to a Tom Jones classic.
“He really did just get out there in the crowd and give it a lot,” Ms Shepherd said.
“It was just a whole lot of fun really.”