KIAMA Knights product Josh Morris will make his tri-colours debut this Friday night when his Sydney Roosters battle arch-rivals South Sydney.
After being granted a release from Cronulla-Sutherland in March, the 33-year-old will finally get to play a game for his new club, after the coronavirus pandemic put a temporary halt on the 2020 NRL season.
When the Group Seven junior, who's been named at centre, runs onto Bankwest Stadium, he will do so alongside twin brother Brett - who will start on the wing.
The Rabbitohs will be without Nowra-born Cody Walker, who has been suspended by the NRL for two matches for his involvement in an altercation in December.
Other South Coast products named for round three include Moruya's Rhys Kennedy, who will start from the bench for the Broncos against the Eels, coached by Batemans Bay' Brad Arthur, on Thursday.
Kiama's Mitch Rein is among the reserves for the Gold Coast Titans, coached by Milton-Ulladulla's Justin Holbrook, for their fixture with the Cowboys on Friday.
Gerringong brothers Tariq and Korbin Sims will start for the Dragons in their match against the Warriors, with Pambula's Euan Aitken (who also spent time during his junior career at Shellharbour) in the interchange bench.
Milton-Ulladulla's Jack Murchie, after a transfer from the Raiders last week, has been named among the Warriors reserves for the clash.
Pambula-born Jack Williams will start at lock for Cronulla-Sutherland against Wests Tigers, while Bega's Dale Finucane will also start in the middle for Melbourne in their clash with Canberra.
Batemans Bay's Adam O'Brien and his Newcastle Knights lock horns with Penrith on Sunday before Manly-Warringah (featuring Gerringong's Reuben Garrick and Cabargo's Morgan Boyle) take on Canterbury-Bankstown (headlined by Tathra's Adam Elliott) in the final match of the round.