After opting for a super hero theme in the competition's maiden year, Orange Thunder Touch Football will again roll out the Struddy's Super Series, only this time the players and team will don NBA Disney strips.
There will be five men's teams and five women's teams as they will adopt logos of NBA teams, while the jerseys are set to have a Disney influence, although the kits haven't arrived yet.
While the players haven't been able to try on their jerseys, all the teams have been confirmed with a stack of stars scattered throughout the competition.
Starting with the ladies, Lilly Baker and Lucy Warner will captain the Spurs side as the likes of India Krause, Mya Simmons and Sarah Greatbatch will also play on the team.
Caitlin Prestwidge and Sophie Banks will lead the Kings into battle, with Jes Pearson, Ava Cole and Kate Foran also chipping in.
Teleri Moore and Ella Barrett will don Bucks colours as they'll lead the likes of Lucy Martin, Lucy Dean and Layla Barrett into battle.
Rebecca Prestwidge and Hope Gibson will be co-skippers for the Heat, guiding the likes of Michelle Somers, Paige Gibson and Emily Williams around the park.
Lastly, Hailey Prestwidge and Josie Clarke will lead the Lakers around the park as the purple and yellow side looks to contend up at Waratahs, just like it did in the NBA.
Rebecca Ford, Cathy Goodlock and Emily Irwin will also feature.
Crossing over to the men's competition, Jake Blimka and Lachie Lawson will be the top dogs at Pelicans as Ryan Manning and Terry McLean will join them on the paddock.
Mitchell Watts and Ryan Banks will be crucial players on the Hawks side, while Jack Dean, Lachlan Waters and Cooper Monk will also compete.
Sandon Gibbs-O'Neil and Jackson Hill will captain Spurs as the likes of Nathan Howarth, Lachlan Sharp, Will Warner and Jye King will help them out.
Guns Ben Blimka and Joel Begnell shape as a formidable one-two punch for Kings, following by Kaydden Hoad and Connor Vardanega.
The Timberwolves will be led by Ryan Moore and Sean Carpenter while Toby Westcott and Mack Selwood will also be on the side. Hopefully it can perform better than the real-life Wolves.
Pistons are the last of the six men's sides as Wayne Hill and Dylan Ryan will be the leaders, accompanied by Pat Williams, Jacob French and Sam Warner.
Early bird registrations for the summer of play have already closed, but aspiring touch players are still able to join the club by visiting the Orange Touch Football website.
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