CODY-JOHN Clark has been a part of the Central Queensland Capras representative books for the past three years but under the Darren Ferricks regime everyone is on notice for their past glories count.
Ferricks signalled his intentions early in 2015 and assured no-one can rest on reputation or past performances.
Clark, 17, will start off the bench this weekend to come on as a part of the front row for his Schwarz Excavations CQ Capras under-18s team.
"He is our impact play and I have no doubt he will be very dangerous coming off the bench," Ferricks said.
"Our next month of rugby league will be tough, so it's important we stay consistent."
The former The Cathedral College student will join team-mates at Browne Park today when they take on the Central Crows in Round 4 of the Mal Meninga Cup.
"We are hoping to continue working as a team, without worrying too much about results," Ferricks said.
"We are looking to be competitive for the full 70 minutes and really start putting teams away by continuing to build pressure."
After a bye last weekend the Capras are hoping to continue their unbeaten defence against Centrals.
"We enjoy playing at home and set the goal early in the season to keep our winning-streak intact. "Centrals like coming to CQ and knocking us off, but this year we aren't going to let that happen."
Kick off this afternoon is at 4pm.
CQ Capras Under-18s
Trai Fuller, Brendan Barnes, Kurt Wiltshire, Lindsay Jarrett, Brenton Pinkerton, Jake Ainsworth, Jack White, Bailey Butler, Harry Grant, Jarrod Dash, Jack Glossop, Dan Adamson (c), Jace O'Neill, Will Neven, Lachlan Norris, Travis Leo, Cody-John Clark.