The Griffith Blacks women's side will be looking to return to the sensational form they've had all season, following a shock loss to Wagga City last weekend.
The Blacks headed into the game full of confidence with no losses in their opening 14 games and having beaten the Wagga side 51-0 the last time they met.
But an incredible performance from the Boiled Lollies saw them take a 17-15 win and hand the Griffith Blacks their first loss of the season.
Griffith coach Lama Lolotonga praised Wagga City for their performance but said he wasn't completely unhappy with his side's performance, despite the shock result.
"City played good and they played a better game than us," Lolotonga said.
"We had opportunities to score more tries but we didn't capitalise on it.
"We dropped the ball on the try line, we got pulled up for forward passes and it was just silly little things and that last one per cent that we couldn't complete."
As well as their first loss of the season, the match was also the first time the Blacks ladies conceded a try in over a month and only the third time they scored less than 30 points this season.
The Blacks have already secured their place as minor premiers for this season, and Lolotonga said the loss has provided important motivation as the regular home-and-away season came to an end.
"To be honest I am kind of glad we got the feeling of losing a game," he said.
"Since we lost on Saturday the girls have been training almost every single day, even on days where we don't have team training."
With only one game left of the regular season for the Blacks, this weekend's clash with the Leeton Phantoms will be an important chance to right the ship ahead of finals.
Lolotonga said he is still feeling good about his side's chances and he backed them to recover well from last weekend before kicking off their run at the finals series.
"I still feel pretty strong about the girls," he said.
"The loss is a big motivation and now we're looking to go forward as strong as we can."
"We didn't play too badly on the weekend, I was still happy with the game and our game plan was working it was just that one per cent at the end that we didn't finish, so if we do that again but finish those chances we should be good."
It's more about who turns up on the day and is ready to play.
The Blacks coach encouraged Griffith residents to come down and support his side, for their final regular season game.
"It would be great to see some locals down to support the girls if they can this weekend," Lolotonga said.
The Griffith Blacks women's side will face the Leeton Phantoms at 2:20pm on Saturday at the Exies Sports Oval.
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