PORT Macquarie Sharks players might have to put the Regional Stadium address into their GPS on Sunday morning.
It's been 694 days since the Sharks last played at home in a 25-18 upset win over Wingham on July 27, 2019.
A re-jigged Group 3 rugby league draw was required at the start of the year due to the flood damage sustained at Regional Stadium in March.
The Sharks two-year absence will finally come to an end when they host Port City Breakers in the first local derby of 2021.
A challenging opening six-week stretch on the road has yielded plenty of success for their first grade and women's league tag sides although their under-18 and reserve grade clubmates have some work to do.
First grade currently sit in second spot on the ladder with the league tag occupying the third rung while reggies sit in sixth and under-18s in fourth.
Club president Zac Newcombe said there was plenty of excitement around the club ahead of the day.
"It's been 22 months since the boys and girls last ran out from the tunnel at Shark Park so everyone's keen to get out here and play a game of footy," he said.
"With a Sharks-Breakers game the crowd is always good and we've got that rivalry as much as everyone puts it down.
"We don't like them and they don't like us on the football field so if we can come out and put a good performance in, we're setting the benchmark off that."
First grade will look to bounce back from a last-start defeat to Wingham while the girls hope to improve on an 8-all draw against the Tigers a fortnight ago.
Reserve grade have welcomed some familiar faces back in Jake Green and Harley Gore in an attempt to return to the winner's list.
The Sharks' under-18s have lost three of their last four, but will go in confident of a win when they host Camden Haven.
"Camden Haven have shown they're not a side you can't go out and play your best against in their first year back in the comp, but our 18s boys should be close to full-strength," Newcombe said.
"Hopefully by kick-off in first grade we've got a packed ground."
Two junior games kick off at 9.30am and 10.30am respectively before league tag (11.30am), under-18s (12.35pm), reserve grade (1.50pm) and first grade (3pm).
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