YENDA Blueheelers have their eyes on a top five spot as they look to take on Hay Magpies at Hay on Sunday.
With Darlington Point-Coleambally leap frogging Yenda in the ladder last weekend, Blueheelers coach Roy Romeo said it had to walk away victors from its final two matches.
"It's must win," he said.
"We've got to win the next two to assure our place in the finals and hopefully the Point drop a game or two to help us along."
With a few injuries worrying the side, Romeo said who will walk on to the field this weekend was still undecided.
"Shannon (Rupapere) won't be playing this weekend, he injured his groin but hopefully he'll be back next week," he said.
"Trevor (Richards) is a bit iffy (hamstring) and we might rest him.
"Steve (Richards) is having trouble with his ankle and our fullback has hurt his knee we'll just have to see how they go at training whether they'll play or not, but if they're not 100 per cent I don't want to risk them."
While Yenda was still sore over the close six-point loss to competition leader West Wyalong last week, Romeo said the Blueheelers had to focus on the task ahead.
"It was disappointing, as I said there were two bad calls, but you've just got to put it behind you and forget about it," he said.
"We did have a few opportunities that game where we made some bad decisions, and that's something we'll be working on this weekend.
"We turned the ball over in silly positions as well so hopefully we'll rectify that too."
While Hay are yet to grab a win this season, Romeo said there was always a first time.
"We'll be up for a game," he said.
"We're not going over there expecting to be handed a win."