Kent-born England international Tony Clubb is relishing the chance to play in Stobart Super League in his home county.
Clubb, who hails from Gravesend, is expecting a big turn-out from his own family to swell the numbers for London Broncos' latest "on-the-road" fixture against Hull at Gillingham's Priestfield Stadium on Sunday.
Rugby league enthusiasts have established the game in Kent through the flourishing Medway Dragons amateur club, who have made big strides since their formation less than five years ago and have sent a number of talented youngsters on the same path trodden by Clubb to the Broncos' academy.
"I've got uncles, aunties, cousins and my girlfriend's family coming so I'm going to need a lot of tickets," Clubb said.
"I'm really looking forward to it. It's the first chance my granddad has got to come and see me play so I'm buzzed about it.
"There's a big support for rugby league up there. Medway are doing really well at the minute and there's some great kids coming through too so I'm sure the fan base will be great."