The month-long wait for Corryong is almost over as they prepare to lace up their boots for the first time since Victoria's most recent lockdown.
After three weeks off the field and a bye last round, Corryong coach Mitch Harris said the side is ready to get back into the swing of things.
"It's almost like the season begins again," Harris said.
"As soon as you get back on the track and start training and looking forward to the next game, the motivation and enthusiasm really starts to come out in the group.
"We can't wait for Saturday."
The Demons will face Cudgewa at Cudgewa Recreation Reserve.
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With the Blues yet to drop a game so far this season, Harris admitted the Demons are expecting a challenge.
"We're looking to hopefully put on a reasonable showing and have a better crack than last time," he said.
"It's a week to week proposition for us and we have quite a few ins and outs depending on who's available to play."
After consultations with clubs, the Upper Murray League has rescheduled the round seven and eight clashes, which were postponed due to restrictions.
Round seven will be played on July 3, with round eight on August 14.
Federal takes on Bullioh at the Corryong Recreation Reserve this week.
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