The Cootamundra rugby league community is preparing for a huge day on Saturday as the junior and senior ranks combine for their annual gala day.
All teams will play Young with the first junior league games to start from 9am, utilising Fisher Park and Nicholson Park.
As well as having all ages in action from the Bullpups to first grade, it is also Cootamundra Rugby League's 'Pink Day' where money is being raised for the McGrath Foundation and the local branch of Can Assist.
All players will wear pink socks with the McGrath Foundation logo and funds from these will be donated to the foundation.
There will also be a cake stall with pink cupcakes and a bucket collection on the day where football fans can donated.
Cootamundra Junior Rugby League Club committee member Pat O'Toole is looking forward to the day and showing the kids there is more to football than on-field action.
"Everyone has been affected by it (cancer) in some way, and through supporting the McGrath Foundation and the local charity we can all help each other out," O'Toole said.
Everyone has been affected by it (cancer) in some way, and through supporting the McGrath Foundation and the local charity we can all help each other out.Pat O'Toole - Cootamundra Junior Rugby League Club
Away from the fundraising, there will be an aspect of cross-town rivalry with games against the Young Cherrypickers always passionate clashes.
For many of the junior league's competitive age groups it will be a top of the table clash with both Cootamundra and Young needing to win this weekend to secure first position on the ladder.
Furthermore, on the day, the senior rugby league club will say thank you to their female members and supporters hosting their annual Ladies Day in the Wal Galvin Clubrooms above the grandstand.
Ladies Day will commence at 11.30am with a $10 entry fee and complimentary glass of champagne or wine.
There will be nibbles on offer and raffle prizes to be won.
As it's Pink Day for the players, the ladies aren't missing out making the theme for this year's event 'pink'.
Ladies are asked to wear something pink on the day to raise awareness of breast cancer and show their support to those who have been touched in some way by this disease.