THEY'VE got the first win they badly craved and now Panorama FC will back themselves to make it two in a row when they travel to face the Parkes Cobras in Western Premier League action this Saturday.
Even with the trip to make, Panorama will be considered favourites for the game against the winless Cobras but sometimes the teams in the greatest danger are the ones you have to look out for.
Panorama's Ryan Peacock, who leads the club's goal scoring tally with three, is hopeful the team can rally after their first taste of victory.
"We've got the monkey off the back, even though we knew we're good enough. The Lithgow draw hurt, especially after conceding so late but it was just got to get those three points," he said.
"I think our level of intensity was great across the whole 90 minutes. We went from putting in a really great effort in round one against Bulls to a pretty lacklustre game, effort-wise, against Barnies.
We have to be careful because they'll be hungry, no doubt.Ryan Peacock
"There was another good effort against Lithgow. We didn't want to let a good game the week before dictate to us that it was just going to happen come a game that we felt we should win [against Orana]."
Cobras went down 3-1 in a challenging away trip to Lithgow on Sunday and made the hosts work for it.
Back on home turf Peacock is expecting their opponents to lift.
"An away trip for us is tough. I know there will be a fair few people down there to watch them, which is a big thing. I know that for us, even though there were a handful of people there on the weekend, that makes a big difference," he said.
"We have to be careful because they'll be hungry, no doubt."
Josh Hurt is out with a groin injury but Panorama will have Jacob Soetens back on deck following his one game suspension.
Kick-off is 3pm.