Above: Batemans Bay Boars' Iohn Drynan played his 50th game for the club against Broulee a few weeks ago.
The South Coast Monaro rugby union competition will be back on track this weekend after a number of matches were called off last weekend because of the COVID scare at Batemans Bay and in the Eurobodalla.
This weekend will see the Batemans Bay Boars head up to Jindabyne to take on the Bushpigs.
Both teams missed their scheduled matches last week because of the COVID concerns with the Boars also postponing training.
In the first round of the post lockdown season on July 18 the Batemans Bay Boars beat the Broulee Dolphins 36 to 10.
Broulee have the bye this weekend.
President of South Coast Rugby Union Peter Ryan says the Bushpigs will have the home game advantage, and be keen for the win after their first round loss to Taralga, but he says the Boars will be strong contenders.