TUMBARUMBA will be out to lock away its first home final in four years when it takes on Federal at Corryong on Saturday.
The Roos haven't hosted a finals match since beating Bullioh on August 22, 2015, and coach Mitch Fennessy is keen to break the drought.
"It's a really big game," Fennessy said.
"It's been a while since we have played a home final which would be good for the club.
"We should be at full strength, with the exception of our full-back James Munday."
Fennessy said he was pleased the future of the Upper Murray had been decided earlier this week to allow clubs to work towards next season.
"The clubs couldn't really commit to signing blokes until they knew what was happening." he said.
"It's disappointing to lose the reserves, but it's good senior footy is still alive in the region."
Bullioh play Corryong and Cudgewa host the Magpies.