THEY got the premiership they had long been hunting for, they've established a strong committee and now the Oberon Tigers are targeting junior growth.
Using a squad of purely local players, season 2020 saw the Oberon Tigers' men's side take out the Mid West Cup to end a 17-year premiership drought.
On top of that, the women's league tag team played finals football for the first time since their formation and the support from the community was strong.
"We didn't know what to expect going into the Wang Cup or a Saturday day game, but our crowd numbers were not down one bit, which was very encouraging and that was in a COVID environment," Oberon's head of operations Neil O'Grady said.
"There was good interest from the community, there's no doubt about that and there's no doubt that bringing a premiership home adds another dimension to that."
Some of that interest came from Tigers juniors and that, according to O'Grady, is something the club needs to capitalise on.
After COVID-19 meant the Oberon Tigers Junior Rugby League Club did not participate in any Group 10 Junior Rugby League premierships in 2020 - interested players instead representing other clubs - this season the young cubs will be back.
The Tigers' juniors and NRL will conduct a free coaching clinic on January 18 at the Oberon Sportsground which they hope will create interest, while the senior club will do all it can to attract numbers as well.
"We're really trying to win back the juniors in Oberon and grow that a fair bit, we've got some good plans in place," O'Grady said.
"We really want to start finding a way to bolster those junior ranks, our junior ranks are pretty thin, we've really got to do something to help [Oberon Juniors president] Spiro Kavalieros."
Part of that helping hand will come from a restructured senior committee - one designed to share the work load and include link with the juniors.
"We have Dallas as president, we have Ian Christie-Johnston as vice-president, head of football and he's got volunteer staff that look after ground management, training, liaising with council, doing the gate, the canteen," O'Grady said.
"Then I'm secretary-treasurer, which we're calling head of operations, and I've got a team.
"We've also got like a nexus in the middle with people who are liaising between seniors and juniors but don't have a portfolio as such.
"So we're really happy with the structure we've got, it's probably the best I've ever seen, and the enthusiasm is really good too."
Oberon is working towards confirming their coaching staff for the coming season, with premiership winning mentor Dallas Booth expected to return to the role.