Marrar haven't ruled out making a play for AFL Riverina's new premier league in 2023 and a band of enthusiastic women's footballers will certainly help their cause.
The Bombers are the latest club committing to a women's team next year, which is one of the criteria for clubs aiming to be in the top-flight competition.
Lyndal Edson has been a driving force behind the Marrar women's team and the club's senior coach Shane Lenon is on board.
"Sparks said if we got a team together, he'd coach. I said, done! That's the hardest bit," said Edson, who played with Brookdale Bluebells a few seasons ago.
With talented young players in the club's netball ranks, including former GWS Academy and representative footballers Issy Cunningham and Caitlin Kelly, the Bombers already have 25 players.
"I think it's grown massively and it's great we can get around it," Edson said.
"The boys are interested in helping us out, giving us a few tips and coming to our trainings. I think it's more unisex now. We love watching the footy so why can't we play it?"
The Bombers have been the Farrer League's top men's team in recent years with two premierships and a preliminary final under Lenon, followed by this year's minor premiership (with no finals series).
"Marrar are definitely interested in having a look at that premier league. I think it's the way to go," Lenon said.
"Obviously there's other criteria you need to meet - you've got to have an under 17s team, which we definitely have, but then juniors - there are things we could look at doing there.
"But I think the club's being pro-active and exploring those opportunities.
"How the set-up of those competitions look, we're not 100 per cent sure, but to me, you can't just sit back on your hands and wait.
"Obviously you make a decision when it comes to the crunch but even if you make a decision that you want to go that way, the AFL will obviously make the final call on what clubs go where anyway."
Marrar joins Riverina League clubs Turvey Park, Coolamon and Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes in wanting to join the women's league.
Lenon has previously coached Brookdale after being introduced to women's footy when a daughter and a niece asked him to take charge of their Ganmain under 16s team in the youth girls competition.
A host of those players are now at Marrar and something perhaps unimaginable to him a decade ago he finds highly rewarding.
"You can't question their endeavour, they listen, and they want to learn. I absolutely loved coaching those under 16s. We won the flag that year as well," he added.
Senior Bombers Zach Walgers and Jackson Moye are among the men's players committed to helping with coaching.
Edson said her own introduction was tough, coming up against some teams with plenty of experienced players.
But the raft of new teams will spread the talent around, and every year has brought more girls through the youth league.
"If it's your first time playing footy, you go out there and it is intimidating. But I think it'll be more of an even field with a lot of teams coming in with girls that haven't played together," she said.
"It's going to be a really good season I reckon."
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