FARRER League clubs have wasted no time hitting up some up of the talent from the Ovens and Murray League.
The Rock-Yerong Creek, North Wagga, Temora and East Wagga-Kooringal have all lodged clearances for Ovens and Murray League players, with more clubs expected to join in coming days.
Wodonga Bulldogs forward McKye Turner is set to join TRYC for the shortened Farrer League season.
Turner has played more than 100 games of Ovens and Murray first grade and is set to inject some size to the Magpies' forward line.
Tom Hofert will also add some height to TRYC. He has lodged a clearance from Barnawartha, but also previously spent time at Billabong Crows.
Turner arrives at Victoria Park through a friendship with Magpies' utility Mitch Stephenson and is looking forward to a taste of the Farrer League.
"My old house mate Mitch Stephenson is playing there and he gave me a call and I thought why not," Turner said.
"It will be good fun."
Aaron Meyers is also set to return to the Magpies from Henty.
Lachie Gaffney is set to make a return at North Wagga.
The Saints have also put in clearances for his Lavington teammates Chris Volkov and Connor Clayton, as well as Kodee Lowe from Wahgunyah.
Temora has continued their strong recruitment drive with the signing of Wodonga Raiders defender Shane Munro.
Will McMartin also returns to the Kangaroos, along with Brant Frankel, Todd Collins, Cody Collins, Joel Ridley and Tom Byrnes from the Northern Riverina League.
Northern Jets have also added in plenty from the Northern Riverina League
Charles Sturt University will welcome back the likes of Tennyson Vance, Luke Kissane and Pat Smith.
Marrar has added Jindera forward Danny Warren.
The Bombers have locked in a trial game against Collingullie-Glenfield Park for Saturday week.
North Wagga will take on Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes at Mangoplah Sportsground on Saturday.