Marrar will be boosted by the return of midfielder Jackson Moye for Saturday’s second semi-final against North Wagga.
Moye will come in for his first game in eight weeks when the Bombers go head to head with the Saints at Maher Oval.
Moye broke his collarbone in the opening minutes of the Bombers’ win over East Wagga-Kooringal in July but has declared himself a certain starter for Saturday’s grand final qualifier.
“The body is 100 per cent and right to go,” Moye said.
“I would have been right in the last round I reckon but the extra week off has done wonders.
“It was the right decision by Sparks (Lenon).”
Moye, a premiership player at both Marrar and Temora, was in arguably career-best form before he went down with injury.
He hopes to pick up where he left off on Saturday.
“I thought I hadn’t played too bad and my performance was up a bit on last year,” he said.
“I think having a few new blokes to play with helped as well, guys like Zachy Walgers a few other new faces have been good to play with.
“I can’t wait to get back out there. I only missed three or four weeks of training so I don’t think I’ve lost too much fitness, it will just be that match fitness.”
Moye, 25, watched on from the sidelines his Marrar teammates defeated North Wagga by eight points in the final round.
He believes the Bombers have another couple of gears to find.
“I’m pretty confident we can go again,” he said.
“Watching from the sidelines last time, North Wagga got on top and we were lucky that we didn’t let them kick a goal in that third quarter. That was the only reason we won.
“There is definitely a lot of room for improvement.”