Albury Thunder will be chasing a second successive win for the first time this season when it makes the league’s longest trip to Young on Sunday.
It’s the battle of the bottom teams with the visitors posting three wins and nine losses.
However, the Thunder is coming off its best performance, smashing finals contenders Tumut 34-6.
The Border outfit had set itself a target of winning the final five games and the result at home against the Blues was the ideal start.
The Thunder also has a favourable draw in the next three weeks as it looks to finish the year on a high.
After the Cherrypickers, who have just the one win, Albury then faces eighth-placed Temora (away) and seventh-placed Wagga Kangaroos (home).
The club’s last game of the season is expected to be toughest in the run home against grand finalists, Gundagai.
The third-placed Tigers have hit top form in recent weeks.