TALENTED netball sisters Ruby and Megan Porter remain undecided on whether they will play this year due to other commitments.
But former club North Wagga is the clear favourite to secure the dynamic duo should they step onto the court in 2020.
Other commitments means the 22-year-olds are weighing up whether or not to take the year off, or re-join the Saints who are expected to welcome back several members of their recent grand final teams.
Ruby created Farrer League history by winning three straight Marilyn Brooks Medals with North Wagga from 2016 to 2018, before the sisters played for the Riverina League's Ganmain Grong Grong-Matong last year.
Star defender Ruby's campaign was cut short after breaking her wrist, with centre Megan crowned the Lions' best and fairest.
"I'm not too sure (if I'll play) yet. I've thought about it a lot and I do love the sport but it's going to depend on whether I have time this year," Megan said.
"I'm beginning a PHD (in Animal Science) at Charles Sturt and I'd definitely love to (play) because it's so much fun.
"We've got a lot of the older (Saints) team who we played with in our first few years in Wagga coming back, that would be the first option for sure.
"I'm still on holidays but once I get back I'll figure it out."
North Wagga made the preliminary final this year and if the Porters returned it would put them in a great position to contest for a premiership.
Ruby said "it's tempting" to return and cross winning a flag with the Saints off the list.
"I missed playing (when injured last year) and if I do come back it's most likely (I'd return to North Wagga)," she said.
"I probably won't make pre-season but I'll make my decision soon.
"I haven't decided yet and will keep my options open."
Influential centre courter Tessa Hamblin is already confirmed to return for North Wagga after taking last season off to have a baby, while defender Sarah Reardon is also back in the fold.
The club is still weighing up their head coach options following Matt Scofield's move to the Marrar Demons.
Most teams across the Farrer and Riverina Leagues are scheduled to return to training this week.