It will be a massive day of action at Orange's Wade Park on Saturday with a Shute Shield match and Blowes Clothing Cup derby set to delight fans.
Orange sides Emus and City will meet in a blockbuster repeat of last year's grand final at 5pm, after Easts take on Western Sydney in their annual 'Beasties go Bush' Shute Shield fixture.
Easts have battled for consistency this season and have two wins and two losses from the opening four rounds and that battle for cohesion is something both Emus and City would understand.
Orange City coughed up a 22-10 half-time lead at Forbes in round three, while Emus let a 30-point lead dissolve into a tight 11-point victory against the same side in round two.
"We're just focusing on playing 80 minutes of footy," City's Harry Taberner said.
"In the first half last week, we showed the potential that we've got but it's about getting past that first 40 and continuing to play well.
"Even in the first week against Dubbo, we started slowly and came home massively to win."
Emus scored a dominant 38-7 win over the Dubbo Roos last weekend but veteran Nigel Staniforth is still striving for a complete performance.
"After the first round we've started to build into the season nicely but we still aren't playing good footy for 80 minutes," he said.
"Last week was better but it was still only about 55 minutes. We're making improvements every round, though.
"Our scrum's become a lot better and so have our combinations and because of that, our defence has improved too."
Earlier in the days, Easts meet a Twoblues side which is yet to win this season.
"They haven't got any wins on the season yet but they've always been dangerous," Easts coach Pauli Tamoupeau said.
"Some of their scorelines have been blowouts but it's all happening in the last 15-20 minutes."