All the way - that's how far the Orange Tigers want to go in the AFL Central West finals campaign.
A grand final berth is the aim for the side, which is hoping to buck a trend of three losses in a row - two to the Giants and one to the Bushrangers.
That dip in form has pushed the Tigers into a do-or-die elimination final with Cowra, but vice-captain Erin Naden said the side was still feeling "pretty confident" on the eve of the finals berth.
It'll be a big hit to the back-line and it'll be hard without her but somebody has to fill her spot.Tigers vice-captain Erin Naden talking about the loss of Amy Symons to injury
She admitted it won't be easy making the decider, and while the Tigers have easily accounted for the Blues in their clashes this season Naden said the side wasn't taking the clash lightly.
"At the moment we're just focusing on getting through this game but if the score starts getting up a bit maybe we'll switch things around and get ready for the week after," she said.
The clash - against whoever loses between the Bushrangers and unbeaten Giants - would be a tough clash, but Naden said with the side nearly back to full-strength she was "hopeful" they'd be able to make it there.
The cancellation of last week's clash due to wild weather didn't help the side, who still haven't had the chance to see what covering the loss of key defender Amy Symons will look like in practice.
"[Missing the game] may have a bit of an impact, it was another chance to play together and try playing without Amy on the field but hopefully we've got the girls to training and worked on what we need to," Naden said.
"It'll be a big hit to the back-line and it'll be hard without her but somebody has to fill her spot and get the job done but we'll work it out."
The Tigers take on Cowra in Bathurst, with first bounce from 12.30pm.
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