The Griffith Swans will be looking to continue their good form when they take on Narrandera at Exies Oval on Saturday afternoon.
The Swans are heading into the clash off the back of a strong second-half performance against Turvey Park which helped them pick up a 57-point win.
Coach Will Griggs was happy to his side starting to hit their straps.
"I think we are starting to play our best footy," he said.
"We have where we are gelling, and it is now just about finding consistency."
The Swans have struggled in third quarters this season, but against the Bulldogs, they were able to come out strong which was also pleasing for Griggs.
"They had come back hard at us in the second quarter, and we knew we would have to respond," he said.
"Third quarters haven't been our strongest, but the boys came out and put in the strong second half."
The other shining light over the last two weeks has been the return of Jack Rowston, who has made a positive impact on the side since returning from an ACL injury.
"When you have someone of his quality coming back we knew that we didn't have to go and get anyone before the trade deadline," he said.
"We knew that he would be better than anyone we would be able to pick up. He had been training all preseason and could have come back earlier, but we didn't want to rush him back.
"He is playing well and will just get better the more games he is playing."
Their opponents this weekend in Narrandera are coming into the game off the back of a defeat at the hands of Leeton-Whitton last weekend, but Griggs isn't going to take them lightly.
"We aren't taking much from that," he said.
"We can't take anyone lightly and will show them the respect they deserve."
In the meeting between the sides earlier in the season saw the Swans come away with a 27-point win in Narrandera. The first-grade game will get underway at around 2.10pm.
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