The Horsham District Football Netball League has announced their 2022 fixture with some appetising clashes scheduled for round one.
The season is set to begin on April 9, with the Swifts facing Laharum at Cameron Oval.
The powerhouse that is Laharum's A Grade netballers will prove a big test for the Swifts.
The 2019 premiers went undefeated on their way to the minor premiership in 2021, while the Swifts finished a respectable sixth.
Laharum will likely be one of the side's to beat again, meaning the Swifts will find out quickly where they're at.
In the Senior football the Swifts finished 2021 in seventh, three spots ahead of Laharum in 10th.
They will go in with the wood over the Demons after they defeated them by 42-points in their 2021 round five match-up.
Harrow Balmoral's match against Noradjuha-Quantong is the other obvious headline in both the senior football and the A Grade netball.
In 2021, the Bombers finished the A Grade regular season in second, with the Southern Roos perched just four points adrift in third.
The sides faced off against each other in a round six thriller where the Bombers emerged one-point victors.
Similarly in the Senior football there wasn't a huge amount separating the teams.
The Bombers went undefeated cruising to the minor premiership, however Harrow-Balmoral (the reigning premiers) looked to have discovered their groove just as the season was abandoned.
The Southern Roos finished third and will no doubt be contending come the pointy end of 2022.
Exciting contests are to be expected in the other round one matches where Jeparit-Rainbow play Rupanyup, Laharum face the Swifts, Edenhope-Apsley travel to Taylors Lake and Kaniva-Leeor United verse Kalkee.
The week after round one there will be a league-wide bye for the Easter weekend before round two begins on Saturday April 23.
Some match locations are still to be determined and the grand final is scheduled for Saturday September 10.
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