Two new netball courts at Coreen Recreation Ground will be officially opened this weekend.
CDHBU hosts Culcairn in the Hume league on Saturday, with the opening scheduled for 12.35pm.
"It's a big boost for a small community," said Power football manager Paul Rippingale. "We've struggled at Coreen for a long time for netball courts but through hard work from the committee and the government, we've got there.
"It's been a long process so to be able to officially open them this weekend, it's going to bring some life around the place.
"Country footy-netball clubs come and go fairly quickly in this day and age but this club's always had great volunteers and great people around it."
CDHBU will be looking to make it three wins in a row at home after defeating Henty and Murray Magpies.
"I can't remember our girls ever beating the Murray Magpies in A grade," Rippingale said.
"They were 14 goals down in the third quarter but got up and won by four so that's a massive boost for the club.
"At the start of the year, we were struggling for netballers and couldn't get coaches so we were in dire straits because a few had moved on.
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"A lot of netball clubs in the Hume league are struggling because, with COVID, sport's not the number one thing until we get all back together and confident we can have a year.
"But a couple of young girls put their hands up to be coaches and to be that far down and come back to win, it's given the girls great belief in themselves."
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