They've formed committee, put plans in motion and it won't be long until the Warialda Wombats are up and running again.
A bunch of fresh faces have put their hands up to run the club with the aim of returning to the Group 19 senior rugby league competition from next year.
Jake Kennedy has taken on the president role, Bruce Power is senior vice-president, Rhys Aleckson is junior vice-president, Tianna Egan is the treasurer and the publicity officer, Codie Ryan is the secretary and Kerry Kent is the canteen manager.
Kennedy said they are all new to committee roles but are eager to get the club going.
"[We want to] build the Warialda culture and get the ball rolling.
"How good is footy in Warialda? Everyone loves it."
The Wombats opted to elect a committee early enough this year so they could "get everything organised" for the 2021 season.
They are already taking applications for coaches.
"As soon as we get a coach, we put feelers out for players and see what happens from there," Kennedy said.
"We haven't had a club for a couple of years.
"There's a couple of players keen for next year."
Kennedy said anyone is more than welcome to volunteer their time to help the club out in any way and they are also looking for sponsors.
The best way to contact them is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Jake Kennedy on 0421 738 396.
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