Wallsend will not only be playing for valuable competition points when they host unbeaten leaders New Lambton at The Gardens on Sunday.
The Red Devils, who are aiming for a top-four finish this year, will also play the Eagles across four grades for the inaugural Life Without Barriers Cup.
The Herald Women's Premier League reaches its midpoint with round-11 action this weekend. Wallsend, who have 15 points, slipped to fifth in a 3-1 loss to third-placed South Wallsend last round while New Lambton lead with 27 points.
Part of what Red Devils coach Brad Jones described as "a big day for the club" will be an all abilities match for Life Without Barriers clients.
"The players are really excited because this was their thing," Jones said. "At the player workshop in pre-season, they said they wanted the club to show inclusion and this is part of that.
"It's taken on a fair bit of meaning and the players are really happy that all grades contribute to the winning of the cup equally."
Jones said winning key moments would be crucial against a full-strength New Lambton, who won 4-1 when they last met. Wallsend are still without injured pair Libby Copus-Brown and Olivia Kennedy.
South Wallsend will be missing World Cup bound-Matilda Gema Simon plus injured trio Gemma Harrison, Gaby Deacon and Maddie Thornton when they take on second-placed Warners Bay at John Street Oval. Ash Brodigan's involvement was pending results from concussion tests.
A win will put the Wolves level with the Panthers on 24 points while a loss will put a six-point gap between the two sides.
Fourth-placed Merewether play Adamstown at Adamstown Oval and Thornton are at home to Mid North Coast.
All games are Sunday at 2.30pm.