LEETON-WHITTON have one last chance to claim a big scalp before their season comes to an end.
The Crows will travel to Kindra Park to take on Coolamon on the weekend in what will be their last match of the season.
It's been a year of plenty of disappointment for Leeton-Whitton, starting off with coach Daniel Muir suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in round one.
However, there have also been several highlights, including their two victories, but more importantly, the building up of their junior players in the first grade side.
Muir knows there is plenty of talent in the ranks at the club and has seen many positive signs from these players throughout the season.
This weekend's challenge will be to end the year on a high note by downing the second-placed Coolamon Hoppers.
There's no doubting it's a tough ask coupled with the fact the Hoppers will be looking to bounce back following their heft defeat at the hands of the Wagga Tigers last weekend.
However, Leeton-Whitton have nothing to lose and everything to gain heading into the off-season.
The club is expected to take some time off following the last round before returning for pre-season some time in November.
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