Six sides, including the Canowindra Tigers, are set to contest this month's Masters of the Mandagery on March 21.
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A NRL-endorsed masters rugby league tournament run out of Eugowra, organiser Andrew Barnes says some of Western Division's old greats will come out of retirement to again contest the annual event on March 21.
He said Cargo, Canowindra, Condobolin, Eugowra, Orange Hawks and a Canberra side will contest this year's tournament.
Last year former NRL players, and brothers, Bronx and Luke Goodwin both lined up with the veteran Golden Eagles boys while a number of former representative calibre players also attend.
Barnes said with no other footy on around the division on that weekend, he anticipates a large crowd at Ian Walsh Field.
The 2020 edition of the Masters of the Mandagery is the second installment of the competition.
"We had four teams last year, six this year and I think there's a few on the edge as well," Barnes said.
With just 11 sleeps to go until the tournament the draw has been released.
At 12pm the ACT Valley Dragons will verse the Condobolin Rams.
At 12.35pm the Eugowra Olden Eagles will verse the Cargo Old Dogs.
At 1.10pm the Canowindra Tired Tigers will verse ACT Valley Dragons.
At 1.45pm the Condobolin Rams will verse the Cargo Old Dogs.
At 2.20pm the Eugowra Olden Eagles will verse the Canowindra Tired Tigers.
At 3.05pm the ACT Valley Dragons will verse the Cargo Old Dogs.
At 3.40pm the Canowindra Tired Tigers will verse the Condobolin Rams.
Wrapping up the day at 4.15pm the Eugowra Olden Eagles will take on a combined all stars side.
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