Tumut co-coach Adam Pearce is looking to celebrate his 100th first grade game for the club in style and keep his team inside the top four.
The dual Blues premiership player will celebrate the milestone against Young at Twickenham on Sunday.
The Cherrypickers are yet to win this season but coming off a narrow loss to leaders Brothers, Pearce is very wary of the side.
“I don’t know how they haven’t won a game, and they have been pushing some of the better teams too lately so hopefully we do get the win,” Pearce said. “But we can’t go in there thinking we are going to beat them easily.”
Wins, especially at home, will be crucial for the run into the finals as the Blues are only inside the four on percentage.
With games against Kangaroos and Brothers to come, Pearce is after momentum.
“A couple of games we did lose against Junee and Brothers we kinda beat ourselves by dropping the ball a lot and we have really worked on that,” he said.