BINGERA knows their hopes of making the finals in the Bundaberg Division 1 competition could rest on Saturday's game against Alloway.

Sitting in fifth and heading into the match off two losses, captain Brett Kitching said it was time for every player to put their hands up if they were to have any chance of fulfilling their potential in season 2014.

"It's definitely a must-win game for us. We've made things very difficult for ourselves, especially with the loss to Diggers last week," he said.

"It was probably our worst performance of the season and unfortunately it came at the wrong time.

"We're really in a slump at the moment."

Kitching said it wasn't just one part of their game that needed to improve, it was a whole group effort.

"We're not creating enough chances to score and in defence we're conceding three goals a week, which is not how it's supposed to be done," he said.

But Kitching is confident the team has the ability to turn it at round around.

"On paper we had the best team last week and it should be much the same this week," he said.

With tough matches against Moore Park and The Waves to finish the regular season, it will be a tough ask to make the finals if they can't  win the points today.

"If we win today, depending on the other results, we could move into third."



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