ON the field, the Nowra-Bomaderry Jets may seem like an intimidating rugby league club.
However this is just a style of play, as they are very different off the field.
This year, the committee, led by Mark Berry, and players have worked tirelessly within the community, by helping out enormously.
Most recently, the Jets assisted with a fundraiser to help return Cooper Apps' scooter, which was stolen last month.
"We briefly heard about a young kid [Cooper] who had his scooter stolen from his house" Jets veteran Mick Blattner said.
"As a club, we decided to all come together and throw in money to buy Cooper a replacement scooter.
"We invited him down to training Tuesday night and presented it to him as he's family watched on - it was a great moment for us as a club to help out within the community."
Cooper's mother Kirsty Kochanieiwcz said her son was blown away by the generosity of the Jets club.
"The Jets have certainly all given Cooper a massive confidence boost and made him one happy little man," Kochanieiwcz said.
"With a few disappointments and circumstances, Cooper started to lose a bit of interest in playing footy this year with the under 10s Swamp Rats - which was sad, as he's always loved the sport
"But in two days, his desire to play again has come roaring back and now I can't keep him away from the footy field.
"He's even volunteered to be the ball boy or water runner for the Jets - he's just so grateful."
This followed the club lending a helping hand to former Nowra Warrior and Bomaderry Swamp Rats product Chad Star in his battle with cancer and raising funds for Warriors junior Jonah Longbottom, who has been named in the under 16s NSW Country team.
"We aren't doing things like this because we want any special attention, we are doing it simply because it's the right thing to do," Jets captain/coach Dylan Farrell said.
"We are trying to build the culture of the club back up to a point in which the whole community is proud of and it's little gestures like this that go a long way."