Temora are slowly getting close to their best team on the field ahead of a crucial clash with Albury on Sunday.
Both teams need a win at Greenfield Park to give their finals hopes some life.
Nick Trevaskis and Sam Kerry return for the Dragons.
Coming off the bye following a 12-0 loss to Southcity, Temora coach Josh McCrone is hoping bringing the same attitude they've shown in tight losses to the Bulls and Gundagai will put them in good stead.
"With a few people out the effort has been really good," McCrone said.
"We've run into two fairly decent teams in the last two weeks.
"The improvement we had from 38-6 to 12-0 is massive and we lost a half again so if we can get through a game with 15 fit players I feel we've got enough in our team to win more games of footy than we have yet."
McCrone is hoping to find more avenues to the try line after taking a 24-10 victory against Albury earlier this season.
"They're an improved team and have had some good wins since then so we're going to have to be better with everything we do," he said.
"If we can get the same effort with the ball that we've had defensively in the last two weeks I feel we'll have some points in us."