SOUTH Coast products will once again dominate the NRL line-ups this weekend, as the competition enters round six of the 2020 season.
The NRL Beanie for Brain Cancer round, which will see the competition support Mark Hughes Foundation, will kick-off on Thursday when Batemans Bay's Adam O'Brien and his Newcastle Knights tackle the Brisbane Broncos, which have Moruya's Rhys Kennedy among the reserves, at Central Coast Stadium.
Then on Friday, Nowra-born Cody Walker and his Rabbitohs take on the New Zealand Warriors, headlined by Milton-Ulladulla's Jack Murchie - with both sides looking to record their second straight victory.
On Saturday, the Gold Coast Titans, coached by Milton-Ulladulla's Justin Holbrook, will clash with the Dragons, who are fresh off their first win of the season.
Leading the Red V's charge at Suncorp Stadium will be Albion Park-Oak Flats' Adam Clune, Shellharbour's Trent Merrin and Pambula's Euan Aitken - with Gerringong's Jackson Ford and Korbin Sims on the reserves bench.
A couple of hours later, at Bankwest Stadium, Kiama twins Josh and Brett Morris and their red-hot Roosters outfit will play the undefeated Parramatta Eels, who are coached by former Batemans Bay Tiger Brad Arthur.
Shellharbour's Jai Field is on the Eels' reserves bench.
Then on Sunday, Gerringong's Reuben Garrick, Cobargo's Morgan Boyle and their Manly-Warringah Eagles will go toe-to-toe with the Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Stadium.
The final match of the round will pit the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (featuring Pambula-born Jack Williams at lock) against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (containing Tathra's Adam Elliott).