Bullioh's quest to win a third straight Upper Murray premiership next season will begin at home to Corryong in round one.
The Bulldogs will unfurl their 2019 flag on April 17 and will look to remain a competitive force in 2021.
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The reigning premier will have a vastly different list with many premiership players, including former co-coach Hamish Clark, moving to rival leagues.
Tumbarumba host Cudgewa in the other round one clash, while Federal has a bye with only five teams in the competition after Border-Walwa went into recess last year.
Arch rivals Federal and Corryong meet in round two, with a grand final rematch between Cudgewa and Bullioh set for round four.
A bye has been locked in for the Queen's Birthday long weekend, with another general bye to follow between rounds 10 and 11 on July 3.
The grand final has been scheduled for September 4.