It has been a tough season for the Darlington Point Coleambally side who face a side looking to keep their finals hopes alive in Leeton this weekend at Coleambally Sportsground.
DPC coach Ryan McGoldrick knows his side were nowhere near where they needed to be last weekend.
““Full credit to Hay. They deserve to win. We didn’t turn up with the right attitude. They turned up for the full game,” he said.
It has been a tough season for the Rooster who are sitting on five points with a win, a draw and two points from their bye keeping them off the bottom of the table.
McGoldrick said their are still positives to be taken from the season.
”On the whole, it’s been a pretty disappointing season. Going forward, the positive is there is plenty to build on. I can guarantee we won’t be on the bottom next year,” he said.
“Younger blokes will have a lot of experience. There are positives in That’s all part of learning as a team as well. We’ve got to go through some tough stuff to understand what it means to go through.”
The Leeton side they will be coming up against this weekend will be looking to pick up the two points and stay within touching distance of the top five with five rounds to go.
The game will get underway at the Coleambally Sportsground at around 3pm on Sunday afternoon.