Round four action this weekend for the Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup team, with the side looking for their first win of the season.
The Raiders take on the Rabbitohs on Saturday at Windsor Sporting Complex, kicking off at 5pm.
It's been a tough start to the competition for the Raiders team, who have faced the top three sides of the competition in the opening three rounds.
Coach Josh Hardy says that it's been a learning curve for the side, with some positives to take from each match.
"The Steelers have been arguably been the best team in the competition since its inception, the Dragons were the premiers last year and the Roosters were grand finalists so its been tough," Hardy said.
"We’ve taken a fair few positives away from it because we’ve been able to compete in most of the games. The Roosters blew us off the paddock towards the back end last week which was a bit disappointing but we’re looking towards the positives.
“When we hold on to the ball our attack is going alright but we’ve just got to learn that when we drop the ball our errors are really hurting us so we’ve got to minimise our errors and hopefully we can come away with a good result.”
Hardy has been impressed with a number of players in the team, with a good mix of younger and more experienced players.
“We’ve had a few of the younger girls who have really impressed. Georgia Willey has been an absolute machine, scoring tries at will and making some really important tackles for us," Hardy said.
"Young Kayla Fleming, she’ll have sore shoulders she’s making a thousand tackles. And then we’ve got some of the older girls, Alanna Dummett has been really impressive in a leadership role and so has Hayley Liddle.”
The Raiders take on the Rabbitohs this weekend, who are also looking for their first win of the season.
Hardy says the team is expecting another difficult encounter.
“They are another tough side, there is no easy team in the competition. We haven’t really looked too much into them, we’re just worrying about ourselves at the moment, but they’ll be a tough opposition especially playing them at home," Hardy said.
“We’ve got the bye next week so hopefully we can get a result leading into the bye.”
Fullback for Rabbitohs is number 1 Avalon PallierFullback for Raiders is number 1 Georgia Willey
Winger for Rabbitohs is number 2 Danni-Elle CarnovaleWinger for Raiders is number 2 Hunter Ings
Centre for Rabbitohs is number 3 Lillah HoffmanCentre for Raiders is number 3 Tikirah-ann Douglas
Centre for Rabbitohs is number 4 Indiana KillickCentre for Raiders is number 11 Kayla Fleming
Winger for Rabbitohs is number 5 Kiara GreenWinger for Raiders is number 5 April Downey
Five-Eighth for Rabbitohs is number 6 Parker StantonFive-Eighth for Raiders is number 6 Alanna Dummett
Halfback for Rabbitohs is number 7 Siniva Sa'angaHalfback for Raiders is number 7 Makayla Morris
Prop for Rabbitohs is number 8 Alyna AniteleaProp for Raiders is number 8 Hayley Liddle
Hooker for Rabbitohs is number 9 Kasey TaaffeHooker for Raiders is number 9 Carly Heyman
Prop for Rabbitohs is number 10 Paige BushProp for Raiders is number 10 Amelia Kiriui
2nd Row for Rabbitohs is number 11 Shyla Mundine2nd Row for Raiders is number 12 Maata Alai Lokeni
2nd Row for Rabbitohs is number 26 Yilara Widders2nd Row for Raiders is number 15 Ruby Morrisey
Lock for Rabbitohs is number 13 luti maileLock for Raiders is number 13 Jaxan Blackhall
Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 15 Eliza KellyInterchange for Raiders is number 16 Cassius Delamere
Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 16 Jamie-Lee RookeInterchange for Raiders is number 17 Donelle O'Donnell
Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 17 Janine Widders-LockwoodInterchange for Raiders is number 18 Calissa Badullovich
Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 19 Maya HarrisInterchange for Raiders is number 21 Chloe Doon
Replacement for Rabbitohs is number 21 Jasmine FokesReplacement for Raiders is number 22 Tahnee Mcgregor
The Raiders Harold Matthews and SG Ball sides both have byes this weekend.