Camden Haven Eagles Junior Rugby League have been donated rugby goodie bags, sporting equipment and balls after a NRL Development Day in Laurieton.
NRL Development staff hosted the free League Stars Holiday Clinic for five to 12 year olds from Lake Cathie, Laurieton and Port Macquarie at Vince Inmon Fields on April 14.
Players were supplied with goodie bags, while the club was donated tackle bags by Macquarie Sport.
NRL game development officer Ben Stewart said around 45 kids took part in the clinic.
"We thought we would hold a holiday clinic here and Macquarie Sports have come on board to subsidise the program and give the club some equipment," he said.
"Its a lot of skills based activities and getting a bit of exercise with their mates.
"A lot of the kids are from families that have been impacted by floods, it's good for them to have some fun and play with their mates."
Camden Haven secretary registrar Penny Ashby said the support has been wonderful.
"A lot of kids haven't been able to get out to play, many have been flooded in and this is a nice distraction for them if they have lost a lot," she said.
"We have been donated some tackle bags which is wonderful because we did lose equipment to flood water. We lost a lot of things such as fridges and freezers, pie ovens in the canteen, pumps, bags and balls.
"All the local sports clubs have been affected, we appreciated that NSW Rugby League and group three understand that the most important thing is getting the kids back on the field."