We're the cellar dwellers.Cowra captain Mick Curtale
They'll travel to Wade Park on Sunday as the rank outsiders but Cowra skipper Mick Curtale says the Lachlan boys will take on Orange with plenty of self belief.
The second round of the Western Zone Premier League returns to Orange this weekend following the bluebaggers opening round wash-out against Mid-west.
And, again, the elements could play their part on Sunday with 90 per cent chance of rain for Orange.
However, should the game go ahead, Curtale says despite an opening round loss for his side against Bathurst last week, Cowra will be making the trip to Orange confident of causing an upset.
And they'll do it on the back of on thing - fielding.
"Our fielding was 100 times better than last year," Curtale said after the Bathurst game, where they kept the champs to just 157.
Curtale said he wasn't concerned about Orange's lack of rep cricket leading into the second round.
"They've still played club cricket the last few weekends," he added.
"The boys love (Wade Park), we've got two results in the last two seasons and they've both been there.
"We're the cellar dwellers, the minnows of the competition and people think were just going to be push overs and we're not.
"We've got the belief, we've just got to take that belief and turn it into wins."
Sunday's game is scheduled to start at 10am at Wade Park.
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