QFA Matches of the Round

Bond University vs. Coorparoo
Saturday July 30, 2:00pm, Bond University

Could have picked from any this week, with it being 1v2, 3v4, 5v6, 7v8 and 9v10.

We’ve gone with the obvious though, how could we not… the top of the table clash.

The door has been opened; top spot is up for grabs.

With Springwood just knocking off Coorparoo last round, they come back to the field.

All of a sudden, if Bond wins this, they go equal on points.

I’ll tell you one thing, it’s going to be high scoring. Both play a really positive brand of footy.

Coorparoo would be dirty with how last Wednesday night went down. They controlled three quarters of the game against the Pumas, but couldn’t get home.

They looked the most dangerous when they were playing quick footy, and on the move at each stoppage.

Bond like that though. They are going to trying and bring the ball out the fat side in transition and get it in quick to Ben Merret and co.

Strap yourselves in, and loosen up the neck muscles, because this will be end to end.


Aspley vs. Caloundra
Saturday July 30, 2:00pm – Graham Road

It’s not the biggest game of the round in terms of ladder position, but it just might well be the most important.

With two rounds to go after this week, the equation is pretty simple.

Aspley win, they keep their finals hopes alive.

Aspley lose, the top four is set.

It’s been a bit of a grind of late for the Hornets, but that will all soon be forgotten if they get up tomorrow.

They come into this off the back of a solid win over Moreton Bay, without setting the world on fire.

Chivas and Watson had 11 between them in that game, but their role becomes even more important tomorrow, with Lachie Harris playing in the twos due to work commitments later that day.

Caloundra want to lock this fourth spot away as quickly as possible. They have just as much to play for as Aspley tomorrow. You can’t afford to leave anything to chance in this competition.

While they didn’t get the job done against Mayne on the weekend, they will still head in confident after knocking off the Hornets by 37-points last time these two met.

Aspley will have to limit Christopher Taylor’s influence, especially on the scoreboard, while also keeping an eye on Rudolph.

By Andrew Wiles

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