Albury Thunder winger Curtly Jenkinson says the players are enjoying the club's new-found attacking brand.
The Border outfit will wrap up the regular season on the road to Wagga Kangaroos on Saturday.
Thunder can't move though from fourth spot as it prepares to host Wagga Brothers in the elimination final next Saturday.
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"Yeah, it's good fun, we're getting a few more opportunities out there, we're playing a bit more expansive and putting a few more points on the board," Jenkinson said.
"Hopefully we can worry those teams higher up the ladder."
As well as the classy attack, Thunder's defence has been outstanding and the players will look to replicate that.
"They just hang in there, they're a smaller side," Jenkinson said of the 'Roos.
"They're really quick across the park, you can't give them a sniff, they'll keep going all day and they'll power over the top of you in the end."
Thunder edged out the Wagga team 40-30 two months ago and while the club has been more impressive in the past fortnight, it will need to be too as upcoming finalists Brothers have won nine of their last 12 games to rocket into fifth spot.
"We've been playing some good footy recently, we're keeping good shape (in attack), so we just need to keep going and keep building nicely to finals," Jenkinson said.
Jenkinson played his 100th first grade game against Cootamundra and he's produced some terrific attack at times, including a mesmerising 70m run in the opening minutes against Young, where he was stopped just short of the try-line.
And his fellow winger Keanau Wighton has been racing in the tries.
Wighton crossed for a first half hat-trick against Young, pushing him to equal second on try-scoring with 18.
Southcity fullback Jake Dooley leads the way with 25.
Thunder back-rower Liam Wiscombe sits in fifth place with 15.
The team has produced razzle-dazzle play in the past fortnight, posting a number of long-range tries.
The forward pack has laid the foundation, allowing the backs to shine.
'Roos sit in sixth spot, seven points outside the top five, with six wins.
While a win is important for momentum, Thunder will be determined to produce an A grade showing in attack and defence to add further confidence it can produce a week later in sudden death.