This Sunday at Port Macquarie will see the Macleay Valley Mustangs look to earn themselves a spot in the 2020 Group 3 junior rugby league final for the second year in a row.
Last year the Mustangs fell short at the final hurdle, losing to Old Bar Pirates in the grand final before the first grade Macleay Valley team went on to complete a fairy-tale season and gain victory.
The Wingham Tigers are all that stands in front of them in their search for another grand final appearance and the Mustangs will need to improve on their previous outing against the Tigers.
Round four saw Wingham win 10-4 at Verge Street Oval but Mustangs coach Reuben Jones believes they weren't far away from a victory and is confident they can gain glory this weekend.
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"We had a good game last time, we had them, we just bombed three tries so had we of scored them we would've won," he told the Argus after their win against Wauchope two weeks ago.
"I think we can beat them but they have a couple of strong back rowers who played first grade last year but so do we.
"I'm confident on our day that no one in the competition wants to play us, we just have to turn up with the right attitude and preparation."
The Mustangs will be hoping Tirell Dungay can pull of his heroics from two weeks ago after scoring a double against Wauchope on the back of excellent support play.
In under 16s, the Kempsey Dragons will play Port City Breakers at Port Regional Stadium.