THE Phantoms will be put to the test this weekend when they talke on Ag College at Leeton's No. 1 Oval.
Leeton have a dream run at home to start the Southern Inland Rugby Union season, making the wins at home even more vital then usual.
When round two kicks off later in the year, the Phantoms will be on the road for several weeks in a row.
This weekend's clash against Wagga Ag will be entirely different to round one against the Griffith Blacks, but the Phantoms will be taking in the same side.
With an unchanged line up, coach Seru Rogo is pleased to be able to have some consistency early on in the season.
"We got over a few of the bruises and niggles at training this week ... we'll have the same side against Ag College as last weekend," he said.
"Our pre-season numbers probably weren't that great, so now it's great to be able to have that consistency early on and the numbers there now."
The Phantoms defeated Griffith in the opening rivalry round clash, but it was a scrappy affair.
Rogo is hoping this weekend's game will flow more smoothly.
"It's going to be a different game all together this weekend," he said.
"Ag College play a very structured game.
"We know they are tight group, so we need to work our way into the game and break them down.
"It's the second game, so we need to now focus on making fewer mistakes, less turnovers and working on our discipline."
The Phantoms have several new faces in their side this season after the departure of many regulars at the end of of 2018.
However, Rogo said the men he had at his disposal were good players and would improve as the season progresses.
"Last weekend I think we showed we've got two good senior sides in our first grade and second grade," he said.
The aim now will be to win this weekend and head into the Easter break with two victories already notched up early in the season.
"We'd love all of our supporters to put their purple on this weekend and come down and support us ... cheer us on," Rogo said.
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