A Cootamundra product will take on his former side on Sunday.
Albury Thunder interchange forward Matt Garness is in his first year back on the Border after spending two years with Mackay Brothers.
He moved to Albury earlier in the decade from his home town and spent a number of years with the game's southern-most outpost in the Riverina.
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He will come up against a number of former team-mates, including Chris Maher.
"I'm sort of used to it by now, but the first couple of times I played against them, it was a bit weird," Garness said.
"It was funny coming up against the home side."
The 28-year-old has been a strong addition to Thunder's pack.
At 110kgs, his power complements an already rugged forward group.
"I'm pretty happy with my form so far, I could always do a bit better, but hopefully I can build towards finals," he said.
Unfortunately for his home club, Cootamundra remains winless and is conceding 47 points per game.
That won't concern the home side though as Thunder looks to finish the regular season with three straight wins over non-finalists.
"If all goes well, we can win those three and pick up some points rolling into finals, we just need to finish our sets and build pressure."