After not taking to the field in 2020, the Griffith Blacks Rugby Club is now in full preparation mode for the 2021 season.
The Blacks were the one club from the Southern Inland competition who elected not to play in the shortened season but will be looking to make a strong return in next year's competition.
The club will be holding their AGM on September 27, and vice-president Lachlan Date has urged anyone who is interested to come and get involved.
"We are looking to build on the recent success and build into the 2021 season," he said.
"If you are keen to be a committee member for the club come down and all are welcome."
The AGM will be held at Exies Sports Club starting at 3pm, and along with putting the committee together the club is also searching for coaches from all four grade.
Anyone interested can put their name forward to coach any of the four sides can send their applications to email@example.com before the close date of September 20.
The Blacks have also put their name forward to host a leg of the proposed SIRU sevens series with games set to be held at the end of October.
"We have put in a nomination to host one of them, and we are just waiting to hear back," club president Dan McGreal said.
"We will have one men's team and a women's team with pre-season to commence in September for the sevens tournament and will be ongoing from there."
Further information about the sevens tournament will be posted on the Griffith Blacks Facebook page.