QFA finals spots to be decided

By Mark Perriman

Alexandra Hills VS. Kenmore

Saturday 16th August, 2Pm

Keith Surridge Hills

Fresh off of the bye, Alexandra Hills will be seeking to dent the top-two aspirations of the travelling Kenmore. However, the Bears will have other ideas as they will seek to flex their premiership credentials. With four straight wins and a recent bye under their belt, look for Kenmore to turn to experienced head Anthony Corrie to lead from the front, with spearhead Timothy Plummer to continue his form in front of goal.

Robina VS. Springwood

Saturday 16th August, 2PM

Scottsdale Drive

Springwood sent an ominous message to the rest of the competition last week by blowing third placed Burleigh off  the park. With the league leaders on the road to Robina this week, look for the home side to take confidence out of recent big wins over Alexandra Hills and Coolangatta-Tweed. However, with scoring threats across the park, Springwood should have the attacking armoury to continue their sprint toward the finals.

Burleigh VS. Coomera

Saturday 16th August, 2PM

Bill Godfrey Oval

Burleigh host bottom-placed Coomera this Saturday, with the Bombers looking to shake some indifferent form as they continue to vie for a top two finish. Despite some spirited displays against Alexandra Hills and Coorparoo, with only one win from their previous 15 matches the Magpies will have their work cut out for them. Burleigh will be looking for a percentage boosting victory in their tilt for second position.

Coolangatta VS. Yeronga

Saturday 16th August, 2PM

Peak Oval

Fifth placed Yeronga will be desperate to stay in touch with the top-four when they travel down the M1 to Peak Oval Saturday afternoon. The Devils will seek to shake their patchy form, building upon their stiff opposition to runaway league favourites Springwood in Round 16.  With Coolangatta-Tweed on the back of five straight defeats, Yeronga should come away with the points.

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Nambour VS. Aspley

Saturday 16th August, 2PM

Jubilee Drive

The seventh placed Hornets travel to ladder-rivals Nambour this weekend, with both teams fancying their chances after a tough schedule in recent weeks. With five goals against Caboolture, the Blues will be hoping that Nathan Mccombe rediscovers his form in front of goal, with Aspley equally hopeful of spearhead Nicolas Sculpher turning up to play. With a superior percentage, Aspley will be out to jump Namour into sixth spot.

Caboolture VS. Caloundra

Saturday 16th August, 2PM


Speaking of percentages, Caloundra will travel to the Lions’ den Saturday seeking to inflate theirs.  With Caboolture yet to figure on the ladder this season, the Panthers will fancy their chances at taking home the goods and more. With 14 majors in his past three matches, Eric Hipwood will be licking his lips at this weekend’s match up.

Mayne VS. Kedron

Saturday 16th August, 2PM

Mott Street

The match of the round pits the undefeated Mayne host third-placed Kedron. ‘Round Three’ for the season will have the travelling Lions out to make amends for the previous 89 point thumping at the hands of the Tigers. With 13 goals between them last week against Aspley, dynamic duo Luke Faulkner and Nikos Keim will likely cause some headaches. With a healthy seven majors in their two previous outing this season, look for Faulkner to continue his love affair with the Lions.

Maroochydore VS. Noosa

Saturday 16th August, 2PM

Maroochydore Multisport Complex

With the ladder as good as set, Noosa will be focussed on continuing their run of form as they move into finals mode. Needless to say, the Roos will be keen to knock the travellers off in front of their home crowd as they seek to gain revenge on for their two previous defeats to Noosa this season. However, with 20 goals in his past three matches, Tiger James Gellie ma

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