Saturdays are set to be family day in Jindera's attack end this season.
For the first time sisters Tegan and Tayla Vogel will line-up in A-grade alongside their cousin Chelsea Burns.
Not only will the trio take to the court together, but the Vogel sisters will be feeding the ball from the midcourt to goal-shooter Burns.
It marks their first season at Jindera after joining the Hume League from Ovens and Murray club North Albury.
18-year-old Burns admitted she's looking forward to having the support of her cousins, with Tegan also the coach of A-grade this season.
"They're the best feeders I've ever played with," Burns said.
"They talk to me non-stop, so it's really good that they're on the court with me.
"We've all followed each and been at the same clubs, but this is the first time we'll all be playing together."
Having previously played for the Murray Magpies, they're now teaming up with players who used to be their opposition.
Tegan took on the coaching role before the abandoned 2020 season, after some persuasion from another family member.
"For years our little brother has been at us to come to the club," she said.
"We're really excited to get back, we missed that country atmosphere."
The Bulldogs have also welcomed the inclusion of Sam Creasey and Sharla Sutcliffe this season, while several players from the side's 2019 grand final team still remain.
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"We have a really good mix of seasoned players and a bit of youth as well," Tegan said.
Tayla played in the Hoppers' A-grade side in 2019 under long-time coach Fiona Boyer.
"Fiona's drills are awesome, I learnt a fair bit at North Albury," Tayla said.
This will be the second time she's been coached by her sister.
Jindera take on Culcairn for the long awaited Hume League return this weekend.
The Lions will head in with a very different side to that of 2019, with new coach Gab Gibbons placing an emphasize on the club's youth this season.
The Jindera trio admitted they're looking forward to finally getting back into netball.
"You realise how much you miss it when it's not there," Tayla said.
The remaining round one matches will see Brock-Burrum meet Osborne, Lockhart clash with CDHBU, Rand-Walburndrie-Walla to host Howlong, Henty to battle Murray Magpies, and reigning premiers Billabong Crows to play Holbrook.
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