LEETON-WHITTON will face Collingullie-Glenfield Park this weekend with newfound confidence.
After registering their first win of their year last Saturday, the Crows will be on the road to face the Demons this weekend.
Collingullie-Glenfield Park are the reigning premiers, but so far this season have only won just the four games.
The Demons aren't out of finals contention and will be aiming to register a win over the Crows to keep those hopes alive.
However, with nothing to lose, spoiling the party for Collingullie-Glenfield Park will be firmly in the minds of the Crows come Saturday afternoon.
Last time the two sides met was in round three when the Demons pulled off a big victory, defeating the Crows 21.8-134 to 8.10-58.
Leeton-Whitton coach Daniel Muir said the side was pleased to have the monkey off its back following last week's victory over the Narrandera Eagles.
"I'd like to think after last weekend the boys will go out there full of confidence," he said.
"Hopefully we can put in a four quarter effort like last weekend and get another win.
"Since I've been here (with the Crows) we've played some good footy over there, so hopefully we can do the same this weekend."
Leeton-Whitton will be without one of its younger players this weekend after Angus Morschel broke his collarbone.
Muir, who was suspended from coaching for two games by AFL Riverina following recent comments about umpiring, will watch this weekend's game from the sideline.
Leeton-Whitton decided to appeal the decision, but it was upheld by AFL Riverina this week.
However, Muir is confident his side knows how the game should be played and where it can be won on the weekend.
"The boys know what it takes ... they've been putting in the effort all year," he said.
"We've got that win now ... I think we can give 'Gullie a shake, definitely."
Leeton-Whitton's next three games after the Demons will be against MCUE at home, Turvey Park at Maher Oval and Griffith Swans at Leeton Showground.
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