Over 200 people have made their way to Orange from Sydney and beyond for the now-annual BrothersIVBrothers clash between Orange Emus and Knox Rugby Club. Saturday marked the second clash between the two clubs, which raises funds for the BrothersIVBrothers charity, which was formed in 2012 and continued since in honour of Lachlan Robertson and Tim Cussell. The two sides raised $60,000 in 2018 and were hoping to hit the same mark again this year, with money going to fund research to fight and treat cancer in both the Central West and Sydney. Founder Bryn Robertson said the group has "loved coming out here". "We feel very welcome, particularly in the second year. The response has been amazing," he said. "The generosity of the community and for our cause totally blows you away and is very humbling and it makes you want to continue. "Particularly with what is being done with those funds, clinical trials in Orange and also the breakthroughs Chris O'Brien [Lifehouse] in Sydney." Mr Robertson said the atmosphere for the clash, which was packed with fans for Orange City and Emus' derby, was fantastic and the legends game would go on for as long as it could. "We'll see how the bodies are feeling next year and see who wins," Mr Robertson's brother Jason said, laughing. "The heart says we'd love to come back."