Having made the tough trip to West Wyalong in the first round, it doesn't get any easier for the Blueheelers who will return to Yenda to take on Leeton on Sunday.
The Yenda side fell to a 48-24 defeat to start the season, and coach Lance Poka knows this weekend will be another tough test.
"We had four debutants, so it was very much a young team. Everyone tried their best," he said.
"Heading into this weekend, it is going to be a big ask. I know it is still early, but I think they will be the benchmark."
Leeton will be heading into the game off the back of a 48-22 win over the Black and Whites but have had to deal with a serious injury to Bas Blackett, who dislocated his elbow in the victory.
"He actually ended up putting it back in himself, so that saved him a trip to Wagga," Leeton coach Hayden Philp said.
"He was sore yesterday (Tuesday), so it's a bit of a wait and see but probably be at least six weeks until he is right."
Philp is expecting a tough hit out against a young Blueheelers side.
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