"Another step up."
Orange CYMS are barnstorming into Group 10 league tag finals, but coach Mark Jasprizza is playing his cards close to his chest about how far his girls can go as the intensity raises at the business end of the season.
The side has won five of their last six starts and are fresh off topping Hawks in the final round of the season in a blistering derby.
The greens won that clash 16-10, but know it'll be a different proposition coming up against their cross-town rivals in finals after the two finished second and third.
We can take a lot of confidence from it, it's the first time we've beaten Hawks in a few years.CYMS league tag coach Mark Jazprizza
"We played well on the weekend but finals are different again," Jasprizza said.
"We can take a lot of confidence from it, it's the first time we've beaten Hawks in a few years."
He wouldn't list what he thought was the different in last weekend's match-up, but said there was "an intense will to win" from both sides and he expected that to go to the next level on Saturday.
Coming into finals in red-hot form could see sides get carried away, but Jasprizza said it was a "week-by-week" proposition, and the side hadn't set any goals for what they wanted from the season - they just want to win each game.
Elise Garlick is unavailable for CYMS, but their opponents might have even more missing, with Jacky Lyden and Em McDonald two Hawks set to line up for Orange Emus that morning in the Westfund Ferguson Cup grand final.
That's not playing onto the greens' minds, however.
"We can't think too much about that, if you do that you lose focus on yourself and what you're doing, we'll just try and control what we can," Jasprizza said.
The final begins at 2pm at Carrington Park in Bathurst.
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