ORANGE captain Trent Colley believes consistency will help his side when they take on Parkes in the SCG Country Cup on Sunday.
Only one change has been made to the Orange side which finished runner-up in last month's President's Cup.
John Warrington will make way for Kinross batsman Charles Litchfield.
"The advantage for our side is we've had 90 per cent of the team play every game this season," Colley said.
"Charles Litchfield will come in for John Warrington. Charles was unavailable for President's Cup because he was playing with the Western Zone 17s (in the Rod Hartas Trophy)."
Orange will boast Mitchell players Colley, Matt Findlay and Liam Gough.
Gough and Colley were also selected in the Western Zone side after helping Mitchell to the zone title almost two weeks ago.
Still, it won't be an easy game for Orange.
"Parkes has probably been Western Zone's strongest side in recent years. They'll be a good test for us," Colley said.
"They'll have the same people like Anthony Heraghty, Phil Dunford and Pat Rosser. They've been playing together for years."
Parkes may have a reputation as being a competitive side but Colley said his young players can't let that shake them before a ball is bowled.
"We can't play the game prior to playing the game," he said.
"We've probably got to back ourselves, back our instincts and our ability."
Colley said there was likely to be key moments in the game and that was what his players needed to come out on top.
"To beat sides like Parkes you've got to take the moments," he said.
Sunday's match is not a regular representative fixture.
The SCG Country Cup is a knockout competition with the winning zone team earning a place in December's quarter-finals.
The final is played at the SCG on February 3 next year.
"We're going to throw everything but the kitchen sink at them. We've got plenty to play for," Colley said.
Sunday's SCG Country Cup match will be played at Wade Park from 10am.
n ORANGE: Trent Colley (c), Dave Boundy, Luke Clarke, James Conn, Lincoln Duncan, Matt Findlay, Liam Gough, Charles Litchfield, Stuart Naden, Chris Novak, Josh Sands, Nick Wright.