PORT city coach Dan Kempe said the 46 points his side scored in the Group Three Rugby League game against Taree City could be invaluable if the five five is decided on points differential.
Just as importantly, the Breakers only conceded 14 in the clash at Taree.
"With the competition as tight as it is I imagine for and against will come into it at the end,'' he said.
He said the Breakers 'lacked a bit of polish,' but quickly added after a disappointing couple of weeks marked by what he described as 'heart breaking losses,' it was timely to get a win.
"We're going along nicely,'' Kempe said.
Kempe diplomatically wouldn't be drawn to comment on the strength of the opposition, although he agreed his side could only play what was in front of them.
"It was a good day, it was a chance to give a few under 18s a run - we had four 18s out there today,'' he continued.
"We were able to give a couple of blokes a rest. Now we'll take the points and go back to Port.''