If there is a tackle that needs to be made on Saturday there will be two Hastings Valley Vikings busting their guts to make it.
Adam and Hamish McCormack will find that little bit extra from deep within as the club celebrates the Dave McCormack Memorial Day at Oxley Oval.
It's arguably the biggest match on the club's calendar as they pay their respects to their father who passed away in 2007.
"I love playing for the club and it's special they put a day aside to remember our dad," Adam said.
"It does mean a bit extra to myself and to my brother, for sure. Then we have mum and our sister that come down to watch as well as Hamish's partner and mine. It means a lot to them and to the kids as well so we're looking forward to a big family event."
Mr McCormack was an integral part of the club for the first decade of its existence which in many ways helped to set it up for the success which has followed ever since.
The McCormack boys have shared the coaching duties this season with the Vikings sailing along at the top of the Upper Mid North Coast Rugby Union ladder.
"We enjoy it and have played in the same team for a fair few years now so we know where each other's going to be and we know what each other is capable of doing," Adam said.
"We push each other harder than we push others because we know what to expect from each other and this year has been good coaching together.
"We're about to get to the real pointy end of the year now."
The clash with the Snappers is also important for the Vikings to build some momentum heading into the finals in two weeks' time.
They have already booked their berth in the semi-finals and know the Snappers are in a four-way battle for the remaining three spots.
"We know every game is important in first grade, but this one certainly means a lot to them," Adam said.
"They need a victory to determine where they're going to finish. At this point they're even with another two clubs on 24 points so it's open for the other four teams who's going to make it.
"It's a couple of big weeks for the whole comp."
Saturday's match kicks off at 3.15pm.
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