TAREE City hope to have players currently on the injured list available for the club's next Group Three Rugby League game against Wingham at the Jack Neal Oval on Saturday July 13.
This will be the Kristylea Bridge Cup day, an annual fund raiser for the Manning Valley Can Assist organisation. Last year's day raised a record $32,384.22.
However, it's been a tough year for the Bulls with the club now in last place and struggling with a number of players out injured.
"We have this week off and I'm hoping we might have a few players back for Wingham,'' coach Todd Bridge said.
He thinks hooker Oscar Carey will have recovered from a knee injury while fullback Jake Lauder could also be available. Lauder wasn't expected to play again this season after damaging his shoulder in the game against Macleay Valley last month.
Halfback Dean Mills may also be right to resume. He's also battling a shoulder injury.
"This is our biggest day of the year, hopefully we'll be able to put a strong side on the field,'' Bridge said.