The Annual Speak up Stay Chatty Cup kicks off Saturday for the fourth year running and both sides will have something other than ladder positions to play for.
The TSL tradition helps raise awareness surrounding suicide prevention in the States Footballing Community.
Speak Up! Stay ChatTY Founder Mitch McPherson says the organisation prides itself on working with local sporting clubs.
"I can't think of too many mental health focused rounds back when we started 5 or so years ago, so I think we've come a long way".
Clarence currently hold the cup beating Lauderdale by 18 points in last years match up.
While on the footy side of things - the Bombers welcome back Thor Boscott in a massive boost.
He's coming back a few weeks early, after missing every match with a foot injury.
Things are less positive for the Roos though on the injury front, with Jackson O'Brien ruled out for the next few weeks with a hamstring complaint.
The Speak Up! Stay ChatTY Cup gets underway Saturday from 2pm at Blundstone Arena.