Some former Wallabies proved they've still got it all for a good cause in Wagga.
The Cauliflower Club XV tackled, featuring the likes of Peter FitzSimmons, Jeremy Paul and Dean Mumm, took on the Murdered Crows at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
The Murdered Crows were made up of dads from the Wagga Crows Junior Rugby Union, who raised $8500 on the day.
Paul Spain, who stood down as Crows president on Saturday, was thrilled with how the day went.
"It was wonderful," Spain said.
"It was a very social game with a lot of camaraderie and fun."
The Crows used the opportunity for their junior presentation before the game plus had a charity auction later that night to help raise funds for the rugby charity who aims to provide disabled people an outlet through sport.