Swifts will take on Laharum at North Park on Saturday in round nine of the Horsham and District Football League season.
The Baggies' senior football team come into the match with a clear vision.
"On our home turf we like to make the ground a bit of a fortress and set the tone of the match from the first bounce," co-coach Scott Carey said.
The Baggies had a shocking week in front of the goals last weekend against Edenhope, kicking 1.12 in the first half of football, finishing with 18 behinds for the match.
"This week, I hope we kick a bit straighter," Carey said.
"It's just one of those things, once it started the pressure built up and then nervousness kicked in. It only takes one of two goals and that goes away."
All eyes within the competition will be on Laharum this weekend newly announced senior coach Tom Crawford leads the visiting team.
Crawford, who was instated as assistant coach at the beginning of the season, has taken the top job after Robbie Miller resigned from the senior coaching role last week.
"You can look at the situation in two ways," Carey said.
"You find most teams rally when they get a new coach on board. I dare say they will be right up and about ready to prove something come Saturday.
"We have to be aware of that. They will be coming off the bye as well so we will need to catch them early and make sure it doesn't become part of the game."
All Swifts players will be included in the Baggies A Grade netball team, with no injuries recorded.
"Laharum will be a tough game but I hope the girls play the full four quarter and not give up," coach Courtney Morrow said.
"We know the game we need to play, we just need to make sure we put it into practise and work on the things we have worked on at training."
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