The Orange Tigers has made a pitch to increase women's numbers ahead of season 2020.
Registrations for the new season haven't been as strong as 2019, but Tigers' midfielder and women's representative Jacqui Ryan said preseason had seen a lot of new players come into the club.
The entire club - with a sprinkling of juniors all the way up to senior men and women - has been training together since the start of January.
"It's been going really well so far, we've got a lot of girls coming along to the preseason training with the men and building our skills up for the 2020 season," Ryan said.
"It's a great way to meet new people, we've had a lot of people come in who are new to town looking for new friends, social events.
"It's really, really, really good fitness, bus trips, good team environment."
The Tigers will hold a come and try day for new juniors and women's players on Sunday, March 15 from 10am before the club's jumper presentations for all age groups are held from 1pm.
Ryan said despite missing several players, the side was aiming for a grand final appearance despite "very stiff competition" from last year's grand finalists in Bathurst Giants and Bushrangers, while 2018 winners Dubbo are also expected to re-emerge in 2020.
"Last year was a tough one, we had a lot of injuries meaning we had to try and make do without a lot of players being able to play but the grand final's always in the frame," she said.
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