ONCE the dust has settled on Wednesday's State of Origin opener, everyone's attention will shift to this weekend's round 14 NRL action.
Across the eight matches, numerous South Coast products will be in action all around the country.
The round will kick-off on Friday at Lottoland, as Gerringong's Reuben Garrick and his Sea Eagles host the Cowboys from 6pm.
Later that night, the Sharks will battle the Panthers at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.
The host's side features Pambula-born Jack Williams on the bench, with Narooma's Teig Wilton named among the reserves.
Saturday's action will kick-off at Cbus Super Stadium when the Titans clash with the Roosters.
Milton-Ulladulla's Justin Holbrook is in charge of Gold Coast, which also features Kiama's Mitch Rein on the extended bench, due to a shoulder injury that ruled him out of last week's defeat to Melbourne.
The Tri-Colours side includes Kiama's Josh Morris at centre.
Following this will be the Rabbitohs and Knights fixture at Stadium Australia.
Nowra-born Cody Walker will start at five-eighth for the hosts, with the visitors side coached by former Batemans Bay Tiger Adam O'Brien.
The final game that night will pit the Raiders and Broncos up against one another.
Then on Sunday, the Warriors and Storm will lock horns at Central Coast Stadium.
Shellharbour's Euan Aitken and Milton-Ulladulla's Jack Murchie are both in New Zealand's 17-man squad, while Bega's Dale Finucane will start at lock for Melbourne.
The next game on Sunday will see western Sydney foes Parramatta and Wests Tigers face-off, with the blue and golds being coached by former Batemans Bay talent Brad Arthur.
Finally on Monday, the Bulldogs, headlined by Tathra's Adam Elliott, will chase two points against the Dragons, whose side features Gerringong pair Jackson Ford and Tariq Sims - who is expected to back up from State of Origin one - and Albion Park-Oak Flats' Adam Clune.