SOUTH Coast products Josh Morris and Tariq Sims will both return to the field in round 12, after spending time on the NRL sidelines.
Kiama's Morris, who has been out with a back injury, has been named in the centres for the Roosters for their clash with the Raiders at Central Coast Stadium on Saturday.
While Gerringong's Sims returns from suspension for the Dragons, who took on the Wests Tigers on Friday.
Joining back-rower Sims in the Red V's line-up at Bankwest Stadium will be Gerringong's Jack Ford, who will start at lock - with Albion Park-Oak Flats' Adam Clune on an extended bench.
This trio are just three of the South Coast talents that will take to the field this weekend, during the NRL's Indigenous Round.
The round kicks off on Thursday when the Broncos host the Storm at Suncorp Stadium.
Moruya's Rhys Kennedy will start at prop for the hosts, while Bega's Dale Finucane will wear the number 13 jersey.
On Friday, the Cowboys battle the Warriors at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, with the latter's side featuring Shellharbour's Euan Aitken and Milton-Ulladulla's Jack Murchie.
Then on Saturday, the Panthers face the Bulldogs, whose side is headlined by second-rower Adam Elliott, who's a Tathra Sea Eagles junior.
Next up on the slate is South Sydney's fixture with Parramatta, with Nowra-born Cody Walker starting at six for the Rabbitohs.
While the visitors at Stadium Australia will be coached by former Batemans Bay Tiger Brad Arthur.
On Sunday, the Sharks, who still contain Pambula-born Jack Williams in their 17-man squad, will be without the services of Narooma's Teig Wilton, who has been suspended by the NRL judiciary.
The Sharks take on the Titans at Coffs Harbour's C.ex Coffs International Stadium, with the latter's side be coached by Milton-Ulladulla's Justin Holbrook and featuring Kiama's Mitch Rein at nine.
Finally, at McDonald Jones Stadium, the Knights, coached by Batemans Bay's Adam O'Brien, will tackle the red-hot Sea Eagles - whose side contains Gerringong winger Reuben Garrick.