Griffith has come a long way this Creet Cup season.
From forfeiting the first game of the season against Leeton, Griffith has come full circle and will face its next door neighbours in Leeton on Sunday.
Following the opening forfeit, Griffith did not drop a game to romp into the final.
Vice-captain Pat Whittard believed new rules implemented – which saw clubs have to nominate at least two players to play and have one member on the selection committee – were instrumental in the turnaround.
“I think the way the association has changed the way we select a side for rep has made people a lot more keen,” Whittard said.
“And I think us winning games has come from the way we select sides.”
Minimal changes have been made to the side that beat Lake Cargelligo last week and Whittard remains confident heading into the clash.
“We’re going in as the underdogs but we have as good a chance as anyone to bring the cup home,” he said.
Whittard said Griffith would need to match Leeton in one key area if his side was to win.
“I think they play well as a team, everyone contributes for their side and I think we’re going to have to do the same thing to be in with a chance,” he said.
“Everyone will have to pull their weight and perform well.”
Creet Cup squad: Andrew Potter, Dean Bennett, Haydn Pascoe (c), Pat Whittard (vc), Jamie Winkler, Reece Matheson (wk), Ryan Greenaway, Marc Tucker, Satvir Chahal, Harry Singh, Charlie Cunial, Alex Flood, Jason Hampel.
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