QFA North


Mayne V Maroochydore

The Mayne juggarnaut will face its toughest test this weekend against Maroochydore.

Maroochydore have been nipping at the heels of the Tigers all season and will have to tame the North competitions leading goal scorer Luke Faulkner if they want to win at Mott Street.

Confidence will be high for the Tigers after a 100-point win over Caloundra but the hard working roos have fought hard throughout the season and will be looking for a tough scrap on Saturday.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA NTH RECORD – RD 7 – Mayne v Maroochydore

Moreton Bay v Aspley

After a good win last week Moreton Bay Lions will be trying to continue their run of form over the Aspley Hornets.

The Hornets showed fight last week against Noosa with Dale Chives and Cameron Colvin kicking 5 goals apiece and the rest of the side fighting hard in the wet.

This match will prove pivotal for both sides as Aspley try to get their first win on the board and Moreton Bay keep building their momentum.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA NTH RECORD – RD 7 – Moreton Bay v Aspley

Noosa V Caloundra

Noosa will be looking to continue their four game winning streak over a inconsistent Caloundra side.

The Panthers have shown flashes of quality with two wins this season but have lost by 100 points for the second time last weekend.

Noosa’s experienced players Robbie Copeland and Brent Moloney will are vital as they try to overtake Maroochydore for second place.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA NTH RECORD – RD 7 – Noosa v Caloundra

Nambour & Hinterland BYE

The boys from North will be looking forward to a break this weekend after a tough start to the season that has seen them without a win.

The week off might provide Nambour with the spark they need to get their first four points on the board.


QFA South


Springwood V Yeronga South Brisbane

The battle for the top of the table will take place at Lowe Oval this weekend with Springwood taking on Yeronga.

These rivals will be battling for the top spot if Robina can upset current incumbents Cooparoo. Unlikely as it is, this spark should provide added emotion for the local derby.

Both sides will be feeling confident after dishing out drubbings last round and will be bringing good form into this clash.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA Sth RND 7 – Springwood v Yeronga

Alexandra Hills V Coomera

Alexandra Hills have had a tough start to the season and are currently carrying the wooden spoon, but will be hoping to get their first win over Coomera Magpies.

Coomera started the season with a huge win over Robina but has suffered big losses in their last three games. The boys from the coast will be hoping they can bring back their round one form this weekend.

Alexandra Hills have been doing it tough having 100 plus points scored against them in every game so far. The Magpies will be chomping at the bit to take the win after having a rest and start their move up the table.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA Sth RND 7 – Alex Hills v Coomera

Cooparoo V Robina

Robina are in for a tough fight this weekend, as they trek north to face the intimidating Cooparoo outfit on their home turf.

Cooparoo have brought blow out scores all season with Chris Cant leading the South Competition goals with kicking an outrageous 26 goals this season. Robina will have to be at their best to stop the explosive boys in blue.

Underdogs Robina have shown they know how to get four points with a big win over Coolangatta-Tweed and will be hoping for an upset against the topside to slow down Cooparoo’s winning streak and tear the competition wide open.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA Sth RND 7 – Coorparoo v Robina

Kenmore V Coolangatta-Tweed

Kenmore will be hoping with a win against Coolangatta-Tweed and a bit of fortune they will move on up to third spot.

The Bears have recovered from their shaky start to the season to build three wins on the trot and sit comfortably in 4th spot.

Off the back of two big losses Collangatta-Tweed will be hoping to press their case and get away from the bottom of the table. They will be looking to Brendan Kendall to build on his 10 goals for the season and kick a bag to get the win.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA Sth RND 7 – Kenmore v Coolangatta


Burleigh will have an anxious wait this weekend as they sit in the middle of the table and could potentially end up in 8th after this weekends fixtures.


By Mitchell Van Homrigh

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