The Griffith Swans reserve grade side will be looking to capitalise on their second chance this weekend when they take on Coolamon at Robertson Oval on Sunday afternoon.
The reserve grade side had finished the regular season unbeaten however suffered their first defeat of the season against Collingullie during the second semi-final last weekend.
Co-coach Trevor Richards felt that it came down to the Demons being just that little bit better on the day.
"I think there was only one player who beat his opposite number last weekend," he said.
"But in saying that I wouldn't say anyone played poorly, they were just better on the day.
"Maybe the week off had a bit of an effect because they were ready for the intensity of finals footy and we were just a bit off."
With the side having gone through the season undefeated, Richards didn't rule out their being a bit of inadvertent complacency creeping into the side.
"You never go into a game expecting to win, but when you haven't lost in a while, it can creep in," he said.
"Obviously we weren't happy about the performance, but that is why it is good to get the second chance in the finals."
Richards knows his side faces a tough test if the Swans want to progress through to their third straight reserve grade grand final.
"They will be tough and are coming into the game off the back of a good performance against Mangoplah last weekend," he said.
"They will have plenty of support over there this weekend with their first grade playing as well so they will be ready to go.
"Our focus is worrying about playing to the best of our ability, and I'm confident we can get the result."
The task of reaching the grand final will be made more difficult with injuries starting to creep in.
"Beau Rees is out after breaking his arm last weekend," he said.
"Jake Villata is also in doubt with a shoulder in injury while Dean Catanzariti is also doubtful with an ankle issue.
"We have some talented boys who didn't play last weekend who can step up if needed."
The Swans reserve grade side isn't the only team in action this weekend as the C grade netballers take on Turvey Park.
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