The Black and Whites renamed the western section of the grandstand after a long-serving support of the club.
Archie Penrith would often be seen supporting his beloved Black and Whites sitting in the grandstand, and the club has chosen to recognise his dedication after naming the section of the grandstand in his honour.
Black and Whites president Craig O'Keeffe said it was just a small token the club could provide for such a dedicated supporter.
"It's only a small thing we can do for a great community man and great supporter of our club," he said.
"It is a very small token on our behalf, but we are pleased that we can do that for the family. It is a large family that has been a huge part of our club for a great number of years."
According to O'Keeffe the impact of Penrith was both on and off the field.
"He has always been a supporter and in the background," he said.
"He has always been there as a player or following the girls. He would take girls away for us when they were travelling away for games."
That section of the grandstand will be packed to the rafters again this weekend when local rivals the Black and Whites and Waratah Tigers face off for the Doug Alpen Shield on Good Friday.
The two sides will be heading into the game with confidence with the Waratahs coming into the game undefeated after two big wins in recent weeks over Hay and Tullibigeal Lakes United.
Meanwhile, the Black and Whites have picked up wins over Yenda and Leeton to start the season but did fall to West Wyalong.
The action will get underway at Solar Mad Stadium on Good Friday with the League Tag getting underway at 3pm with the reserves to follow at 4pm.
It is a very small token on our behalf but we are pleased that we can do that for the familyCraig O'Keeffe
First grade is set to start as the sunsets with kick off at 5.30pm.