Farrer League have been hit by more withdrawals for Saturday's representative showdown with Hume League at Osborne.
Marrar duo Nick Molkentin (knee) and Rhys Mooney (ankle) have both withdrawn due to injury, as has Temora's Rob Grant (ankle).
Temora forward Luke Gerhard is also in doubt with a back complaint.
Farrer League representative coach Brad Aiken insists he has enough players to cover the withdrawals and will take a committed team to Osborne on Saturday.
"The 22 blokes that will play on Saturday are fully committed and are blokes that want to play rep footy," Aiken said.
"The commitment they've shown will hold us in good stead and all 22 are still quality footballers."
Farrer League are keen for a stronger showing in interleague football this year after being belted by Riverina League to the tune of 80 points last year.
While Farrer have battled with heavy player withdrawals this season, Aiken is confident his team will put up a strong fight against Hume, who will start a red-hot favourite.
"I do appreciate the 22 blokes that are going to play and if we can go over there, be competitive and show that we want to be there, that's all I'm after," he said.
"If we can get a win then that's even better but as long as we enjoy ourselves and play an entertaining brand of footy, that's all we're after."
Mooney's withdrawal is a blow for Farrer after booting 12 goals in the past two weeks since returning to Marrar.
He spent the first month of the competition with the Giants Academy but will now miss the next four to six weeks with a sprained ankle.
"It's too hard to tell now but that's the time frame I've been given," Mooney said.
"It would be good to come back sooner but it's just one of those things that's hard to tell."
Farrer League train on Tuesday night and will hold their final session on Thursday night.