They've got the monkey off their back after scoring their first win of the season last week, now Cootamundra are out to end their season with another victory.
Coming off a breakthrough performance against Temora, the Bulldogs travel to face Young at Alfred Oval on Sunday.
It's the second time James Woolford will face his old club, but the former Cherrypickers captain-coach isn't focused on trying to get one back.
Instead he's just looking to help secure a bright end to a tough season for the Bulldogs.
"It would be nice to high on a high," Woolford said.
"The confidence is there, especially after last week.
"It might not seem like a big thing for everyone but for us at the club it was massive to get a bit of confidence about the team and hopefully we take that into this weekend."
Woolford was among the Bulldogs' best in the 22-8 win over the Dragons.
While he hasn't committed to another season Woolford has been enjoying his time at the club.
But the hooker isn't heading back to Alfred Oval with a point to prove.
"I'm not really too moved about them or trying to get back at anyone but hopefully I can play some good football and do my part for the team," Woolford said.
"Hopefully we can come away with the win as the boys deserve it."
Co-coach Chris Maher returns to the side at lock after struggling with a leg complaint.