OSBORNE skipper Duncan McMaster says the Ostriches are hell-bent on building on their impressive start to the season against Mangoplah-Cookardinia United Eastlakes at Mangoplah on Saturday.
After shocking Wagga Tigers in the opening round, McMaster said the challenge was now to back it up.
"We have a very young side but they are all level-headed and good players," McMaster said.
"It was a good start.
"'Smack' (Joel Mackie) has been training us hard all year so it was good to put things into practice."
It was a dream start to McMaster's captaincy at Osborne after taking over the top job from Marty Bahr.
"Its a big honour at Osborne," he said.
"I've been here for four years now and was ready to take the step up after being vice-captain."
In Saturday's other matches, Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong host Wagga Tigers and Leeton-Whitton meet Turvey Park.