South Wagga are looking to pick up where they left off with a grand final berth up for grabs.
For the second week running they’ll tackle Lake Albert at Robertson Oval.
Despite a comfortable win last week, Blues captain Joel Robinson doesn’t believe it counts for a lot now that finals have arrives.
“We all know it is a different ball game this weekend,” Robinson said.
“We obviously went well on the weekend and everything went to plan then, but we still have to make sure we turn up this weekend and do everything we plan to do.
“That will help us win the game.”
Coming off a horror loss to Kooringal Colts, South Wagga bounced back in the best possible fashion to finish in second courtesy of the seven-wicket win.
Robinson is looking to make the most of a strong finish to the regular season and he the first team in the grand final.
“The aim at the start of the season was to get in that top two to get that second chance and have a crack to go straight in (to the grand final),” he said.
“We are there now.”
South Wagga will be without Luke Gerhard for the weekend although Robinson is back on deck for both day.
Matt Bee comes out for the skipper while Darcy Irvine in back in the team as well.