The South West Football League confirmed the 2017 fixtures on Wednesday morning with a number of exciting clashes scheduled.
Round one will start on Saturday, April 15 with South Bunbury to host Carey Park while Augusta-Margaret River host Donnybrook and Collie host Harvey.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault will clash with Busselton on Sunday while Eaton get their first run back at Glen Huon Reserve on Monday, April 17 against Bunbury.
Donnybrook will host South Bunbury on April 23 for the Dr Ern Manea Memorial Cup while Harvey host HBL in the Harvey Fresh cup on the same day.
Carey Park host the Collie Eagles on Tuesday, April 25 for the Anzac Day clash.
Round three will see a 2016 grand final rematch between Collie and South Bunbury played over the hill.
Round four sees Augusta-Margaret River host Busselton in the Busselton Toyota Cup on May 6 while the colts sides will all play a Friday night clash in round five.
Bunbury and South Bunbury will clash in round eight on Monday, June 5 in the traditional WA Day Derby.
A bye between rounds nine and ten will see Hands Oval host a Landmark game between the SWFL and Peel Football League for a second consecutive year. In 2016, Peel got the edge over the South West by 15 points.
HBL return serve against Harvey in the Brunswick Cup on July 1 while Collie host Carey Park for the Indigenous Recognition game on July 2.
Busselton stand to host a WAFL game on Saturday, July 22 with East Perth and South Fremantle to follow a day game between Busselton and Augusta-Margaret River.
The Nani Family Cup will be fought over in round sixteen when Bunbury host Carey Park on August 13 while South Bunbury and Bunbury will play for the Syd Jackson – Max McGuire Cup in round seventeen on August 19.
The finals start on Sunday, September 3 with the grand final to be played on Sunday, September 24.