Wagga Tigers coach Troy Maiden is confident he won't lose any players to injury for next Saturday's grand final against Griffith.
A couple of key Tigers will face a race against the clock this week to prove their fitness with just a six-day break for the grand final at Narrandera Sportsground.
Tom Osmotherly (shoulder), Ben Kelly (glute) and Jesse Manton (groin) all failed to finish Sunday's preliminary final.
Osmotherly dislocated his shoulder early in the third quarter and never returned to the field. He missed the first final against Griffith after doing the same thing in the final round.
Kelly did not play any of the second half with a glute injury and was noticeably limping after the game.
Nine-goal star Jesse Manton came off for a period in the second quarter and appeared restricted for the rest of the game, before coming off for good halfway through the final term.
Kelly appears most doubtful of the trio but Maiden expects all three to play.
Maiden gave the following update on the trio.
Osmotherly: "It's okay. A little bit sore. He'll play."
Kelly: "Pretty sore. It's more high in his glute so it's just a nerve problem at the moment. I'd say pretty good (chances of playing).
Manton: "He's just tight so we took the chance to get him off. It's just tightness. He'll play."