After causing a bit of a surprise two weeks ago to get through to the next stage of the Bill Cullinan Cup, Yoogali SC are now preparing make the trip to Sydney to take on Gunners SC on Sunday.
After a 5-0 win over Ropes Crossing Strikers on May 5, coach Luke Santolin hoped they could use the experience at their disposal to keep the run alive.
"We entered a team who on paper probably shouldn't have won," he said.
"We definitely didn't put a team full of mugs (sic) on the field but age was definitely a factor."
Heading into the weekend Santolin admitted he wasn't too sure what to expect from Gunners SC but feels it may work in their favour.
"It does suit our mentality because it means we can focus on our job," he said.
"Coaches can get caught up in what the opposition might do rather than playing to their strengths."
Gunners SC advanced to the round of 32 after a 5-2 win over North Sydney United 2 and have made a strong start to their local competition in the Macarthur Association which sees them sitting in third places with four wins and two losses.
The trip to Sydney can prove a challenge to get a team together to make the trip however Santolin was confident in his club's ability to get a side on the park
"We have two or three who are unavailable due to the travel but we hope to have a squad of 13," he said.
"Yoogali SC have never forfeited the State Cup and we don't intend to start now. We you register for a club you step up when you need to.
"We will do everything we can to get a squad on the park and the beauty of the cup means that anything can happen."
Santolin was also hopeful that the magic of the cup would see them on the favourable side of the draw which would help them to avoid the bigger sides in the competition early in the cup.
The Round of 32 clash will get underway at 10.15am on Sunday at Cunnningham Park in Gregory Hills.