HOWLONG will play its first two home matches of the Hume league season at Corowa's John Foord Oval.
With the Spiders in the process of building new clubrooms, officials have switched clashes against Lockhart (April 18) and CDHBU (May 2).
A venue for the club's round seven match against reigning premier Osborne is yet to be decided.
Howlong president Jason Kohn said the $1.3 million project would be hugely beneficial to the club and township.
"Corowa has been good enough to let us play our first two games at Corowa and we are just looking at options for round seven," Kohn said.
Corowa has been good enough to let us play our first two games at Corowa and we are just looking at options for round sevenJason Kohn
"The rooms are coming on well.
"It will be a fairly big building once it's all done with new changerooms, a trainers room, meeting room, new toilets and showers and a gym.
"A new hall is being built as well."
There are plans to sell memberships to the gym for community use.
Howlong's kitchen and function room will remain in its present form.