The Crossroads Cup is returning in 2021 after falling victim to the COVID-19 pandemic last season.
While the AFL North West season got off the ground last year, there wasn't time to run a Crossroads Cup before the start of the delayed season.
That isn't the case in 2021 with the Narrabri Eagles-hosted cup to be played on Saturday, April 10.
Registration is now open for the pre-season tournament which sees clubs from the AFL North West compete in a series of shortened matches.
The round-robin tournament will see men's and women's sides compete in a 14-a-side competition over the day.
Inverell won the first-ever women's competition last year, while the Gunnedah Bulldogs are the reigning champions in the men's competition.
Entry is $150 per team with first place taking home $400 while second will win a $250 crossroads voucher.
Registration for the cup closes on March 15. For more information on the Crossroads Cup, head to the Narrabri Eagles Facebook page.
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