Locals starved of footy action will have their hunger fed this weekend, with a Memorial Challenge set to be held between several local teams, including the Canowindra Tigers.
While the league tag side are unable to take part due to a pre-booked end of season trip, the men's team will take part in the games, which kick-off in earnest from 9am this Saturday.
The memorial also offers a rare chance to witness the Gooloogong Cowboys compete once more, while Cowra (playing in memory of Sid Kallas), Cargo, Robertson-Burrawang, Eugowra, Trundle and Grenfell will also field teams throughout the morning and afternoon.
For Tigers fans, plenty of the aforementioned teams are going to be familiar from regular season competition in the Woodbridge Cup.
Cowra, Cargo, Canowindra, Gooloogong Robertson-Burrawang, Eugowra, Trundle and Grenfell will all field teams.
It is as yet unconfirmed whether there will be fundraising for drought relief as there was at last year's memorial, but given it is a Men of League-affiliated event, there will likely be a philanthropic focus of some description.
Taking place at Sid Kallas Oval, organisers have promised a "great day of rugby league for the whole family," with full canteen and bar facilities available.