MARK the date, Saturday, March 28 in your diaries - as that's when the Shoalhaven Tigers will host a triple home opener at their new home court, the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre.
The massive day on the court will see both Kerrianne Allan's Waratah League Women and Ben Morris' Youth League Men Two battle the Goulburn Bears, while Ian Ozolins' Waratah League Men take on the Bathurst Goldminers.
These games mark round three on the 2020 draw, released this week - with all three teams tipping-off their season against Illawarra at the Snakepit on March 14.
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Then in round two, Ozolins and Morris' sides will play at Bankstown and Macarthur respectively.
All black and gold sides will then enjoy two weeks off - due to a bye and Easter - before their second of four triple headers at the SISC.
This round, on April 18, the Canberra Gunners Academy (Waratah League Men), Wagga Wagga Blaze (Waratah League Women) and Moss Vale Magic (Youth Men) will all visit the Shoalhaven.
In round six, Ozolins' side will have another bye, as Morris' Cubs travel to St George.
The following round, both men's teams are on the road at Camden Valley.
On May 9, Allan's women's side plays one of the two central venue weekends at Minto - taking on Lithgow at 12pm before backing up against Tamworth at 6pm.
The same day, Ozolins' men travel to Dubbo - as Morris' side have the weekend off.
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The only team to hit the court on May 16 will be the youth league men, as they battle the Inner West Bulls White on the road.
May 23 will be the Tigers' third home triple header, will all three sides hosting rivals Illawarra.
A week later, the women and youth men are in Goulburn, while the men are at Bathurst - before a full round bye for the June long weekend.
Both men's team will be at home on June 13, taking on Dubbo (men) and Macarthur (youth men) - before the black and golds host their final triple header of the 2020 season, with all sides battling Queanbeyan.
June 27 will see Allan's women play their second central weekend at Minto, this time facing off against Coffs Harbour (12pm) and Dubbo (6pm) - with the men and youth men at Canberra and Moss Vale respectively on the same day.
The men host another double header at the SISC on July 4, welcoming Bankstown (WLM) and St George (YLM) to the Shoalhaven - with Allan's women travelling to Wagga Wagga the same day.
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Ozolins' men play their final home game of the season on July 11 against Camden, coinciding with the youth men also playing the same opponents at the same venue.
The only team to take the court on July 25 will be Morris' Cubs, who host the Inner West Bulls White, with all three sides ending their regular season at Queanbeyan the following day.