The Bega Devils will launch their Far South Coast Football Association campaign with a grand final repeat.
The Devils, who had a bye in round one of the season, will play host to the Wolumla Tigers in a rematch of the grand final at Bega's George Griffin Oval on Sunday.
The Devils have kept a core group of their premiership outfit and will be confident of putting on a show for home fans when they take to the park on the weekend.
Meanwhile, the Tigers will be looking to bounce back after a surprise upset by Merimbula in the opening round.
Tensions have historically run high between the Devils and the Tigers with a fierce rivalry brewing over the past few seasons.
The Tigers appeared to have Bega's number with a pair of late season victories in 2018 over the premiership favourites.
However, the Devils proved their ability in a closely contested and heated grand final exchange at Merimbula's Berrambool Oval last year.
Fans should expect fast-paced football when last year's two leading clubs clash once more.
Earlier in the day the Devils will also get their first outing in other grades with all-age women's to take on returning premiers Eden Killer Whales.
Eden have lost some of their attacking prowess through star midfield Talia Westley, but were still able to card a 1-0 win over the Wolumla Tigers last weekend.
The She-Devils were quiet at the start of last season, but picked up some good wins in the back half of 2018 and have recruited well over the summer break.
A reinvigorated Bega outfit will be looking to give the Killer Whales a shake and prove that the premiership can't be locked in just yet.
The Bega Devils reserve grade contingent will also play host to the Eden Killer Whales, who have come out firing with a 2-1 win over the Tigers in round one.
Eden club president Adam Donaldson said the Killer Whales had a numbers boost over the break and were feeling good about the solid player base for this season.
Meanwhile, the Devils have a number of players who can play up or down across the two top grades and will look for the early results in their first outing this weekend.
Under 16s will open the card against Eden with play from 9.30am at George Griffin Oval.
The reserves will run at 10.50am, while the ladies head out at 12.10pm and first grade from 2pm.
Spectators are welcome, entry is free at the ground and the Devils will have a canteen available.
There is also play at the mini fields from 9am.