After four months without any indoor social sports, Riverina Complete Sports are officially reopening their doors to an abundance of pleased locals.
Weekly futsal and netball competitions will once again grace the complex, with men and women of all ages coming together to take part.
"It's been too long without sport, it's good to be back," RCS owner Rocky Marando said.
"It's great to be providing some competitions for everybody again."
Alongside their long-awaited return, Riverina Complete Sports are introducing a women's premier league for the very first time.
Round one of that competition will commence on July 22.
Newest RCS team member, 20-year-old Nicole Fabris, is eager to see the new competition get underway.
"I'm really looking forward to getting into it," Ms Fabris said.
"I played for four years in the mixed competition, and considering there's no outdoor competition this year, it will be great to keep fit with futsal.
"I'd encourage everyone to come and try it, it's fun and you get to interact with so many different people.
"Such a great atmosphere and it really gets your adrenaline going."
The female competition will kick-off on July 22, while the male premier league begins on July 20.
Super Six netball also starts on July 23.
"Obviously our customer's health is the most important thing to us, so we're taking every precaution to make sure everything is safe for our patrons," Mr Marando added.
"We'd love to see everybody back here again, and welcome back."