HAMPDEN league fans will scan for one particular match up when the 2021 fixture is released shortly.
Port Fairy versus South Warrnambool.
Whether it's a Seagulls' home game or on the Roosters' deck, it will be a drawcard.
The return fixture later in the season will be just as juicy, especially if both teams are vying for finals.
Why? Two players with a combined 324 games' AFL experience will be on the team-sheets, barring injury.
Both also opted to play country football rather than state league when their time at St Kilda and Hawthorn respectively was up.
The appeal of a more relaxed way of life appealed to the recruits, who each have young children.
Savage, in a social media post outlining his decision to join the Seagulls, said moving to the country was on his family's to-do list.
"It was always our dream after my AFL career ended to get ourselves out to the country for a change of pace/lifestyle and after spending some time down in Port Fairy it ticked all the boxes," he wrote. "The most important thing for my family and I is happiness and this is where we will find it."
Savage said he "can't wait to get started".
So what will the boom recruits produce on the field?
Savage averaged 17.8 disposals and Henderson 18.5 touches a game across their AFL careers.
You'd expect those numbers to skyrocket.
They can play a variety of roles too. Savage has a knack for kicking long-range goals, Henderson brings pace.
Port Fairy and South Warrnambool both enter the 2021 season with high expectations.
The Seagulls' quest for a second flag to complement their 1958 triumph continues while the Roosters have been the busiest off-season recruiters.
There is excitement, at both club level and across the competition, following the arrival of Savage and Henderson.
They will lift the quality of the league and neutral supporters will watch with eagle eyes.
How will they fare?
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