CSU coach David Conyers might want to consider installing a revolving door at the club entrance given the amount of player changes he's had to make week in and week out - but it hasn't stopped his team from winning.
The unbeaten CSU hope to keep their winning New Holland Agriculture Cup run going when they travel to play the Blayney Rams with another vastly different team from the one which played a week earlier.
While the backs have been shuffled around, due to the resting of centre Regan Hughes and an injury to winger Harry Hunt, CSU will be happy to see their full first grade front row making their return.
Sean Pianca, Fraser Robertson and Marcus Burrell return to bolster the pack, which will be needed against a Rams side desperate for points.
"This is our sixth game and we've probably had five changes a game on average since we started the season," Conyers said.
"There's another five changes this week but the good thing is that we've got our front row back, which is a huge plus and we have our scrum half Charlie back, and he was missed last week. The young guy who took his place [Harry Magriplis] showed a lot of promise though.
"The fact that we can still score victories with so many changes is a pretty good sign of their character."
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Conyers has been impressed with the team aptitude on the park but they have a big job ahead of them to maintain the strong standard.
"There's a long way between Narromine and the rest, just with their depth and history, and we put a lot of time and energy into winning that game against them.
"The problem after the first round is that we tend to adjust our standards for the team we're playing, which is a common thing with a lot of clubs. We've managed to leak tries and make things closer than they should be.
"Last week's [11-0] win [over Parkes] was a good start towards fixing up our defence and helping us balance our game."