Veteran Matt de Boer and youngster Conor Stone return to the GIANTS’ line-up for Sunday’s match against the Blues.

De Boer - a member of the club’s leadership group - has been the unused medi-sub in the past three weeks.

Stone returned from a hamstring injury via the VFL a fortnight ago, collecting 19 disposals and kicking a goal.

Coach Leon Cameron will lead the GIANTS for the 193rd and final team as senior coach on Sunday.

“We welcome back Conor Stone and Matt de Boer,” he said.

“Conor had an outstanding pre-season and was playing a great role up forward before his hamstring injury.

“He’s had a game back in the VFL and trained strongly for a few weeks now so we’re looking forward to seeing him run out against Carlton.

“Matty has been our medi-sub for the past few weeks. He’s the ultimate professional and he’ll come in and play his role as he always does.”

Cameron acknowledged it had been a tough week at the GIANTS as he and the club mutually agreed to part ways, with Sunday’s round nine match to be Cameron’s last in charge.

“We’re looking forward to taking on the Blues,” he said.

“No doubt it’s been an emotional week but we’re focused on putting in a good performance in front of our members and fans at home at GIANTS Stadium on Sunday.”

Out of the side are ruck Matt Flynn and small forward Bobby Hill, who have both been omitted.

The GIANTS take on Carlton at GIANTS Stadium at 3:20pm on Sunday afternoon.