The Swans will be looking to put together a consistent and solid performance as they travel to Ganmain to take on the GGGM Lions for one of their biggest challenges of the season.
The Griffith team is currently languishing in last place following their big loss to Coolamon last weekend, while the Lions are battling it out for the minor premiership in second place.
Swans coach Greg Dreyer said it will be all about the effort and the attitude this weekend, with the final result less important than the overall performance.
"It has been more about the performance than the result this whole year and this weekend is no different," Dreyer said.
"It's going to be more or less what our attitude is like because we can to keep up the standards and at least compete like we have been."
"We can't just stop trying because it's getting towards the end of the year so we can still work on our consistency and that's what I'm looking for this week."
Dreyer admitted there was some motivation going into the final three games of the year, as his young side looks to lift themselves off the bottom spot and avoid the wooden spoon that has hung over them all season.
"Our game against Ganmain is our last away game of the season and Gainmain is a top two side and to be honest they're always a challenge regardless of what year it is and how they're going," Dreyer said.
"But after that we come up against two sides that are in the bottom half so yeah we want to put in good performances and we'll certainly be playing to win and lift ourselves away from last place."
The Griffith Swans will be taking on the GGGM Lions at 2:10pm at the Ganmain Sports Ground on Saturday.
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