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AFTER an impressive return to the field in round three, the South Coast's NRL contingent will be looking to build on their performances this weekend.
Round four will kick-off on Thursday as Moruya's Rhys Kennedy and his Brisbane Broncos host the Sydney Roosters at Suncorp Stadium.
The visitors' squad will be headlined by Kiama twins Josh and Brett Morris.
On Friday, Milton-Ulladulla's Jack Murchie, who made his Warriors club debut on Saturday, and his New Zealand side will travel to Campbelltown Stadium to face the Penrith Panthers.
Later that night, the Melbourne Storm, featuring Bega's Dale Finucane, will lock horns with South Sydney - who are without the services of Nowra-born Cody Walker (suspended).
On Saturday, Parramatta, coached by former Batemans Bay Tiger Brad Arthur, take on Manly-Warringah at Bankwest Stadium, with the latter's squad containing Gerringong's Reuben Garrick and Cobargo's Morgan Boyle.
Following this clash, Pambula-born Jack Williams and his Sharks travel north to battle the Cowboys at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.
Then on Sunday, the Newcastle Knights, coached by Batemans Bay's Adam O'Brien, verse the Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Stadium.
The action this day will wrap up with Milton-Ulladulla's Justin Holbrook and his Titans attempting to win their first game of the season against Wests Tigers.
The final match of the round will pit two winless sides, Canterbury-Bankstown and St George Illawarra, against one another on Monday.
The Red V's side is headlined by debutant Adam Clune (Albion Park-Oak Flats), who is expected to overcome a broken nose, sustained in a training accident, in time for the match.
Other Group Seven products named for the Dragons include Gerringong's Tariq Sims and Shellharbour's Trent Merrin - with Pambula's Euan Aitken on the bench.
Tathra's Adam Elliot will start at lock for the Bulldogs.