Flipping the script will be Woodbridge's goal in its round two under 21s clash against Forbes, the Manildra meeting set to reveal a tonne about the side's pre-season potential.
Scott Campbell's men fell 38-4 in the opener against Dubbo Macquarie, the coach citing poor ball control and shaky edge defence as two of the main culprits behind the result.
Things don't get any easier in the second round as trainer Josh Bayley labelled the Magpies as one of the 'benchmark' sides in the competition that doesn't have many weaknesses.
"They've got size in their pack, quick outside backs and classy halves," Bayley said.
"It's going to be a good test for our boys to go up against them and see what kind of a side we have."
Woodbridge features a blend of players from small towns across the Central West and Manildra will be the host venue for the looming contest.
"It's going to be good to have a game there and see the boys get some home support... hopefully there's a good crowd there," he said.
"We've got our first training session of the week there on Friday and our guys are going up against the Rhinos' first grade team."
While a even contribution from all of its players is important, Bayley spoke about a couple of key men who will need to put their best foot forward.
"Frazer Ryder was one of our best in that first game and he was probably unlucky not to score a try or two," he said.
"Another big one for us will be Lachie Sharp."
Bayley reflected on the first-up loss to Dubbo Macquarie and tried to pinpoint what went wrong.
"The boys were in the contest but we just made a few silly mistakes which cost us," he said.
"The more games we play, the better."
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