You could be excused for thinking that the Bathurst District Football men's representative side is a Panorama team, with no more than 14 of its 23-man squad hailing from the red and black side that call themselves the Goats.
On Saturday night, Bathurst are set to play Dubbo in the Inter-town Challenge and of those 14 Panorama players in the Bathurst side, they either come from Panorama Red, who won the Bathurst District Football first grade title in 2018, or Panorama Black.
One player to watch will be striker Jacob Soetens, his two-goal haul in the grand final back in September against Mudgee Wolves helping steer his side to a 3-1 victory.
And while there's plenty of Goats talent in the Bathurst squad, there's still some quality from other clubs including the likes of CSU duo Callum Caudro and Felix Croshaw, Bathurst '75 junior Charlie Lew and Abercrombie's Damien Booth.
Brent Osborne, who was set to captain the side before injury altered his plans, said Bathurst will be walking into the unknown on Saturday night, when they play a Dubbo side they know very little about.
"It's a weird thing to prepare for a game that you don't who you're playing," he said.
"We are really walking into the unknown. It's not like we played last year and we could get a rough gauge on who they are. There's many great footballers in Dubbo. Are they all going to play? We don't know.
"The only small gauge we do have is a pre-season cup that we play in, at just a club level. We played in that last year and they've got some really good teams and players."
In terms of the Bathurst players, Osborne is stoked with the talent he's seen so far at training.
"I think there's a really good mix of players. We've got some strong players across the parks, some good defenders, some good midfielders and some people who can hurt them in attack," he said.
"It's a great mix of players, it's just about getting them to jell together."
Saturday night's game is set to be the first time in over 20 years that Bathurst will have a men's senior district side playing in a competitive game.
Saturday night's game between Bathurst and Dubbo kicks-off from Proctor Park 1 at 7pm.
- BATHURST MEN: Damien Booth (Abercrombie), Justin Boustani (Panorama), Josh Brown (Abercrombie), Callum Caudro (CSU), Andrew Collins (Abercrombie), Mitch Cooper (Panorama), James Cox (Panorama), Felix Croshaw (CSU), Garret Dowling (Panorama), Majd Elkheir (Panorama), William Fitzpatrick (Abercrombie), Jye Fleischman (Panorama), Ricky Guihot (Panorama), Jarrah Hale (Panorama), Jaidyn Hutchings (Panorama), Alexis Le Masson (Abercrombie), Charlie Lew (Bathurst '75), Anthony Proctor (Abercrombie), Henry Simmons (Panorama), Jacob Soetens (Panorama), Jackson Welch (Panorama) Dylan White (Panorama), Ben Woldhuis (Panorama)
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