The Lithgow Workies will take on the Mudgee Dragons this weekend after both teams had the most recent weekend off.
The Workies had the round 17 bye, while Mudgee's clash with Orange CYMS was postponed due to the snow.
The two teams are close on points, with Mudgee ahead of the Workies on points and in third spot on the premiership ladder. They meet in the last contest of the regular season.
The Oberon Tigers-Blayney Bears match was also abandoned over the weekend as Oberon enjoyed three days of snow. It will be replayed.
In the weekend's other matches, the Bathurst Panthers 30 defeated the Cowra Magpies 0. The Orange Hawks easily accounted for Bathurst St Pat's 50-10.
Workies' reserves will be hoping to continue its unbeaten streak at Mudgee. The two teams are one-two on the ladder, but the Dragons team is well behind on points.
"Playing Mudgee in Mudgee is going to be difficult and really hard as they always are," he said.
Reinhardt said having a week off has helped the team.
Going into the final round of the regular season, Reinhardt is looking towards finals.
"When you head into finals everything changes, it all goes up another level, so we are going to knuckle down and do better with our discipline, not giving away penalties and ball control,"he said.
"We need to get everything right, the game plan we have been running with this year has been working for us so we need to continue and not make silly mistakes here and there."
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