Gundagai are looking to use the bye to propel their season forward.
Captain Luke Berkrey thought their 32-14 win over Young was an improvement on their draw with Tumut to start the season.
"Obviously the ground was very, very choppy and there were a few loose balls but being a short season we just wanted to win," Berkrey said.
"We got that win and I feel like we improved and hopefully we keep on improving."
Gundagai also went into the clash without Jack Lyons, who is expected to miss a couple of weeks with a knee injury, while Jake Hay also didn't make his debut after copping a head knock in the Weissel Cup.
However Mathew Lyons returns from suspension to tackle Brothers in round four.
While the bye is a chance to refresh after two tough games to open the season, Berkrey expects the club will put plenty into the build up.
"We will certainly be training hard as we know we're coming into a tough game against Brothers," he said.
"It's a game we're excited for."