Denmark-Walpole player-coach Ryan Gaerth says there will be an emphasis on playing four quarters of footy against North Albany when they get the chance to respond to last week’s disappointing second-half fade-out on Saturday. The Magpies will be on the road in round 3 of the Great Southern Football League as they face a Kangas side seeking back-to-back wins. After leading by 26 points at half-time last week, the Magpies were overrun by Mt Barker to lose by four points. The Magpies have only won three of their last 10 encounters with the Kangas, and only one of the past six at Collingwood Park, Saturday’s venue, in that time. However Gaerth believes they will take in plenty of confidence after an impressive four quarter effort in their opening-round win. “We pretty much want to get back to playing four quarters of footy,” he said. “We are not worried about our record down there even though we won there last year, we just want to play a full game of footy. “They (North Albany) will be up and about, so we will go out there and give it a red-hot crack. “We will try to stop their ball movement from the stoppages.” The Magpies are a chance to welcome back classy midfielder Jayden Woods from a serious jaw injury for his first game of the year, while tough midfielder Josh De Campo and defender Dave Scriven are certain to return to the side. Gaerth rated Woods a 50-50 chance to play against the Kangas after re-joining the Magpies from Gosnells in the Perth Football League. Woods played 28 WAFL league games for South Fremantle and Claremont and was brilliant when last playing for the Magpies in 2015. The Magpies will be without two of their most damaging forwards, with former AFL star Ash McGrath and last season’s leading goal kicker Dionne Woods both missing this week, while Kadan King-Davies and Luke Galantino are also omissions from the round two side. In the other round three fixtures, Mt Barker and Railways face off at Sounness Park on Saturday, while Royals and Albany will play in a Centennial Stadium derby on Sunday.