The Cowboys are dismissing their heavy loss to competition front runners Dubbo Macquarie and are confident they can bounce back against Parkes on Sunday.
“We should have most of our players back and ready to take on the grand finalists from last year who are in good form. The players will have the support of their families and sponsors as it it also their day on Sunday, we are expecting a huge crowd,’’ Ray Fabar, PR man for the Cowboys said.
“We need to show up against Parkes and get the confidence right for our semi final against Nyngan.
“I believe you will see a much different Wellington at home at Kennard Park on Sunday.
“Our young players really stepped up last week and they have the pressure of their under-18s match on Sunday but we are very confident in them.’’
Meanwhile Sydney Roosters’ Justin Carney is heading to Wellington tomorrow.
The Sydney utility player will talk to children about “eating and playing well and we think there will be a good roll up at the primary school at 2pm tomorrow and other children are welcome to come and say hello to Justin,” Graham Blackhall from the Junior League said.