WITH kick-off to the 2020 Group Seven Rugby League season just two days away, the fourth edition of its draw has finally been released.
After delaying the season's kick-off due to restrictions on crowds, the draw now incorporates nine rounds, instead of the modified 12, meaning each first grade team plays each other once - before finals commence on September 26 and 27.
The grand final has also been moved forward and will now be held on Sunday, October 18.
Round one will still have the same four fixtures, with the one major change being the Berry-Shoalhaven Heads and Gerringong fixture is now at the Berry Showground on Saturday, July 25.
Elsewhere, Jamberoo still hosts Kiama, Stingrays takes on Albion Park-Oak Flats and Warilla-Lake South battle rivals Shellharbour - with Nowra-Bomaderry having the bye.
In round two, all four fixtures will be played on Sunday.
The Jets open their accounts against the Stingrays at the Bomaderry Sporting Complex, while the Eagles play the Magpies, Kiama takes on Warilla and Shellharbour face Gerringong - with Jamberoo having the week off.
The only Saturday game in round three will see Gerringong host Stingrays, with the remaining three fixtures (Jets vs Magpies, Eagles vs Gorillas and Sharks vs Superoos) all on Sunday.
Round four will kick-off with Berry playing Jamberoo and Gerringong battling local rivals Kiama - before Park play Shellharbour and Warilla takes on Nowra on Sunday.
The Saturday matches in round five will pit Gerringong and Pari and Jamberoo and Nowra up against once another.
Then on Sunday, Kiama entertain Berry and the Shellharbour showdown takes place at Flinders Field (Stingrays vs Sharks).
In round six, all four games - Jets vs Sharks, Eagles vs Superoos, Rays vs Knights and Gorillas vs Lions - will be played on Sunday, August 30.
Round seven's only Saturday fixture will be at Kevin Walsh Oval between Jamberoo and Gerringong.
The following day, Kiama tackle Nowra, Shellharbour face Berry and Warilla lock horns with Stingrays.
The penultimate round will consist of the following matches; Berry vs Stingrays, Nowra vs Park, Shellharbour vs Kiama and Jamberoo vs Warilla.
While the final regular season will feature clashes between Berry and Warilla, Gerringong and Nowra, Kiama and Park and Stingrays and Jamberoo.