LAST season Jaiden Culbert and Jeremy Judge both scored when it mattered for Panorama Red, but this Saturday they will be trying to find the mark for another team.
They will be trying to inspire the Western NSW Mariners FC to success.
Culbert and Judge were part of the Panorama Red Goats outfit which won last season's Bathurst District Football Association Men's Premier League grand final 3-1 against Mudgee.
Judge scored the match winner in the preliminary final, while Culbert provided the strike which iced the title win over Mudgee.
The 2019 Bathurst season is yet to kick-off but that duo, along with fellow Panorama team-mates Paul Long and Jack Blatch, are currently playing for the Mariners.
Under the guidance of coach Mark Rooke, the Mariners are competing in the National Premier Leagues 3 competition.
They had a tough start to season 2019, going down 5-1 to an SD Raiders outfit which is expected to be one of the league's heavyweights.
Culbert scored the sole Mariners goal.
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This Saturday the Mariners will take on take on Dulwich Hill FC at Lithgow's Marjorie Jackson Field and after focusing on creating more in attack at training, Rooke is hoping for better.
"We had trouble with that transition into the front third last Sunday, we had a bit of trouble with that, things like people weren't making the runs, so we want to try and rectify that this week," he said.
"We did have a good amount of possession, we created the environment where we could build reasonable chances and we did have chances, we just couldn't take our opportunities.
"I was disappointed with the loss last Sunday, but there were some good signs to come out of that, we showed signs of progress. But there are some things that we need to try and rectify and hopefully over the next month we can put a 90 minute performance together."
Dulwich Hill also went down in its opening game of the season, suffering a 3-2 loss against Bankstown.
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With the club having had some player movement since last facing the Mariners, Rooke is a little unsure how strong they are.
"I really don't know how they'll go this season … what the make up of their squad is I'm not sure," he said.
As such, the focus for Rooke will be on his players executing their own game plan.
Kick-off is on Saturday at 3pm.
Meanwhile, the Mariners women will also be in action at Lithgow and chasing their first points of the season as well.
The will take on University of NSW from 1.35pm Sunday.