Top four in the state.
That is the goal for Mudgee's two senior representative sides this weekend at the NSW Touch State Cup.
The mixed open and women's 30s teams are in Port Macquarie, taking on the best of the best NSW Touch has to offer.
For both sides, this weekend culminates months of preparation, hard work, blood, sweat and some tears.
But the time and effort will all be worth it if they can achieve their goals.
"We are definitely aiming for top four, which is a realistic possibility after finishing fifth last year," said mixed open co-captain Jeremy Doherty.
A sentiment echoed by women's 30s player Kerry Reynolds.
"Our aim is to make the semi-finals," Reynolds added.
This will be the first tilt at the State Cup for the women's 30s players with many of them only making the step up to representative touch in 2018.
The team [women's 30s] has improved so much this year. Thanks to Roy [coach Roy Prasad] we now play a more modern style of play.Women's 30s player, Kerry Reynolds
Mudgee finished semi-finalists at the Hornets Championships in September before going one better at the Country Championships a month later, but Sadly, they went down 3-2 in the decider after the bell.
On both of those occasions, it's been one team who has halted their progress.
"Maitland. We would love to beat Maitland as we had such a close game last time."
The women's 30s will get their chance at retribution on Saturday when they meet the Redbacks, as well as eight other sides.
For the mixed open team, they want to improve on their quarter-final showing last year - their best State Cup result.
"The side is in a much better position coming into Port this year," Doherty said.
Quarter-finalists at Hornets Championships, grand finalists at the Country Championships and a great trial against the men's open Vawdon Cup champions Bankstown Sports last weekend, the Mudcrabs are on the up.
We all believe we deserve to be in the premier division. All we need to do is play our style of touch, execute our plays; we have the side and talent to win it.Mixed opens co-captain, Jeremy Doherty
"Our attack can put points on anyone, we just need to get our defence right."
The mixed team play two qualifying games against Nelson Bay and Norths on Friday.
The results will determine if Mudgee plays in the Championship (A-grade), Bowl (B-grade) or Plate (C-grade) divisions.