A Horsham District interleague open side will grace the court together for the first time in two years on Saturday.
The netball side missed out on playing last season due to their opposition not providing a team.
Interleague coordinator Gaynor Baker said it was a welcome return.
"It's great to have it back," Baker said. "We're really hopeful the football and the netball have a good day on Saturday."
Open team manager and 17-and-under coach Sharon Fedke said interleague provided an exciting and valuable opportunity for the players.
"Having the opportunity to play interleague, you're getting to play with the best players in the league and with girls you're usually playing against," Fedke said.
"You get to see the girls in a whole different light which is really great."
Fedke said she had nothing but positive memories of her interleague playing career.
"I've been blessed that I got the opportunity to play with so many of those girls you usually play against," Fedke said.
"You have a respect for them, you build a bond, and that's the things I treasure.
"It's not just about the netball, it's about the friendships that you make."