OLD Bar coach Jamie Moorehead's instructions to his players going into Sunday's Group Three Rugby League game against Forster-Tuncurry at Old Bar will be fairly straight forward.
"I'll tell them to go out there and enjoy themselves,'' Moorehead said.
The Pirates will be looking for a fourth successive win. They've climbed off the bottom of the ladder and now Moorehead said Old Bar will go hunting for more scalps in the last three games.
"We want to finish the season on a high and look to build a base for next year,'' he said.
"It's probably a shame we had the bye last week - we were getting some momentum. Hopefully that'll continue on Sunday.''
Captain Shannon Ellem is again under an injury cloud because of his troublesome shoulder. Ellem started the last game from the bench when the Pirates upset Port Macquarie.
However, he's been named in the run-on side for Sunday's encounter.
Moorehead expects the Pirates will have much the same side as beat the Sharks.
Moorehead said even if the Pirates can't make the playoffs, they intend to make life difficult for the sides are are still in the race. The Hawks are currently in fourth place but have yet to cement a spot in the top five.
There'll be an interesting clash in the halves, with Old Bar rookie Tanna Hinton goes up against Forster's experienced Adrian Davis, who has impressed in his brief stint with the club.