President Rosann Bennett said almost $1000 worth of items were destroyed or stolen, including first-aid kits, extension cords, stop-watches and canteen stock.
‘Our cleaning products were emptied all over the oval,’ she said. ‘Our gazebos were slashed with knives.’
Ms Bennett said the not-for-profit club had about 200 members.
‘The children are saddened by this break-in,’ she said.
‘Our fundraising purchased the sports equipment. It has set us back for the start of the season.’
The club aims to keep costs down and encourage children to play sport.
The club is seeking donations, particularly first-aid kits. Call 0428 113 565.