A record number of teams from all over the state will contest this weekend's Bathurst Cup.
Some of New South Wales' best young male players will be in action, with matches being played in the under 13s, 14s, 15s, and 16s divisions.
The Bathurst Cup will include teams that compete in National Premier Leagues 2 and 3, as well as regional leagues, regional conferences and association representative teams.
Teams will play shortened games over the two-day event.
The Western NSW region will be represented, with Western NSW Mariners fielding junior boys sides in all four age groups.
"The Bathurst Cup will once again, as does it does year upon year, provide a competitive environment for teams as they fine-tune their season preparations," Football NSW regional football development manager Andrew Fearnley said.
"It's also a weekend for teams to enjoy playing football across the round-robin format where teams will play against opposition from outside their normal competitions.
"We cannot wait to welcome all clubs and participants this weekend as we know it will be one of our biggest and best pre-season competitions yet."
Fifty-nine teams have entered the competition, a record and a massive increase from a total of 48 in 2018 and 40 in 2017.
Last year, Sutherland Shire won the under 13s and 15s competitions, Camden Tigers won the 14s title, and Macurther took out the 15s grand final.