Tamworth FC have been polishing up on their finishing as they prepare for what will be a tough Northern Inland Premier League double header on the weekend.
The premiers do battle with North Companions on Sunday before heading up the highway for a grand final rematch with Demon Knights on Sunday.
Two from two so far this season, their finishing was the only complaint FC coach Greg Bartlett had about their 2-nil win over Norths United in the last round.
"Everything else we did against Norths United was very good," he said.
They only have the one change, for Saturday anyway, with Bree Gowland away.
Companions are coming off a 4-nil loss to South Armidale but Bartlett said they certainly won't be taking them lightly.
"They're the ones that we had the most trouble with last year," he said.
The most that separated the two sides in their three meetings was a goal.
They were also the only side to take a point off FC, playing out a 1-all draw in their final meeting.
"But if we play how I want them to play the result will look after itself," Bartlett said.
DK will be fresh for Sunday's game after playing their Round 3 clash against South Armidale last week. The two sides shared the points after the Scorpions fought back from 2-nil down.
"We generally have pretty tough games against them," Bartlett remarked.
"I enjoy coaching against DK because they are a tough team to play against. They play a similar physical game to us."
The FC mentor was this week announced as Northern Inland Football's Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Month for April in acknowledgement of his commitment to a number of teams during his association with the club
Previously winning the Volunteer of the Month award a couple of years ago, Bartlett said the recognition was a surprise but reflected on it as more of a club than personal achievement.
"I don't take that as a personal achievement," he said.
"If I didn't have the guys I've got and the club I coach for I wouldn't have that."