Both the Canberra Raiders and ACT Brumbies will keep a close eye on how their historic NRL-Super Rugby double header at Eden Park goes.
If it's a hit, they could look to replicate it at Canberra Stadium in the future.
As revealed in The Canberra Times, the Raiders will play the New Zealand Warriors as part of a double header with the Brumbies and Auckland Blues playing afterwards at Eden Park on March 21.
It's the first NRL-Super Rugby double header, but it might not be the last.
Raiders chief executive Don Furner said there were a few logistical issues - like changing the lines on the fields from rugby league to union - but it was something he was open to hosting in the future.
"Nothing's out of the question. We've talked about it over the years with previous CEOs at the Brumbies," he said.
"Obviously it would have to be supported by the stadium and the [ACT] government.
"I assume [the Warriors and Blues are] getting that sort of support over there [in New Zealand].
"There's line marking and differences in lots of things. You'd have to sell that game separately, but nothing's out of the question."
Brumbies boss Phil Thomson said they were keen to be involved in the double header because it was innovative.
He expected they wouldn't be the only NRL and Super Rugby clubs keeping a close eye on things - especially if it's a success.
"We look forward to going over there and seeing how it all happens," Thomson said.
"If it works well, we're happy to consider the concept in the future.
"This is a good way to see what works and what doesn't.
"I think everyone will be watching it pretty closely because if it does work, there will be more than us looking into doing it again.
"It's something new and we're always looking for something new and different for our supporters, and for how fans from both codes can look at what each other do.
"We have a great relationship with the Raiders. We talk on a regular basis about a range of things.
"We both want to be successful in our own right."
Raiders co-captain Josh Hodgson said it was a great way to grow the supporter base of both codes.
He wants to get one back on the Warriors after they knocked off the Green Machine in the final round of the regular season.
"It's a good thing to put on. You get everyone from all walks of life," Hodgson said.
"Some people that you meet prefer union and some people prefer league.
"It's like that in Canberra and I know it's like that over here in Auckland. It'd be nice to get everyone into one stadium.
"It's not often you get a league fan watching union and vice versa, so it'll be a good occasion to see."