Hanwood will head to Wagga for the final time in the regular season this weekend when they take on Tumut on Sunday afternoon.
With the playing fields in Wagga still recovering from last week's deluge and more rain on the forecast, it seems unlikely this week's games would go ahead.
If they were to take the field, Hanwood coach Brian Bertolin would be playing with a full squad for a trip to take on a side who has troubled his troops in the past.
"I know we probably beat them comfortably in the first round, but in the past, they have always been a team that gives us a bit of trouble," he said.
"I think the boys would just love to be on the field playing. That's the main thing."
With Football Wagga still working out how to address the issue of the games that have already been washed out, Bertolin would love to see those games played.
"Because I love football and we all love playing I'd love to see the games played if they could," he said
"To me having a midweek game I don't think it would bother us. I know there might be some travel involved but so be it. That is what you sign up for."
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