QFA Preview: Round 15 and wet weather round

QFA North


Caloundra vs Noosa

Sitting awkwardly at 3rd and 4th places, the outcome of this match is crucial to cementing their positions in the finals. Only one place on the ladder separates them, but the real problem is there is ten points between them. Caloundra had a slow start to the season, but have showed in the last month that they shouldn’t be underestimated. Following a loss to Mayne last week, Caloundra are out for redemption this weekend. Noosa will have some added confidence on the field following their victory over Aspley. The win is certainly up for grabs; the question is who will take it.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA NTH RECORD – RD 15 – Caloundra v Noosa


Maroochydore vs Mayne

This is sure to be the game of the round with front-runners Mayne and Maroochydore coming head to head. Leading the competition, this will be a huge chance to show who is boss. The Roos come into the clash with rested legs coming off a bye last weekend. Meanwhile, the Tigers come in with yet another convincing win under their belts. Mayne head in as favorites, with an almost unblemished season, but it will be interesting to see if Maroochydore can make them sweat.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA NTH RECORD – RD 15 – Maroochydore v Mayne


Aspley vs Moreton Bay

Last week Aspley had the tough gig of taking on second place Noosa, going down by 100-points. Moreton Bay on the other hand had the slightly easier task, running on against Nambour & Hinterland, securing a 100-point victory. Sitting side by side on the ladder, the teams will be looking to knock the other further down the ladder. This is a fabulous opportunity for the Hornets to register a second win for the season if they can take down the Lions.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA NTH RECORD – RD 15 – Aspley v Moreton Bay


Nambour & Hinterland – BYE

Following a tough loss to Moreton Bay last weekend, Nambour & Hinterland have the opportunity to regroup and regain some energy this weekend with a bye.


QFA South


This weekend sees the competition returning to the Round 4 draw following wet weather cancellations.


Alexandra Hills vs Robina

This clash provides big opportunities for both teams. Sitting only one apart, this could be anyone’s game. Both teams have had tough seasons, coming up against big opposition, and have struggled to take down the big dogs. Alexandra Hills are coming in to the battle with fresh legs while Robina are out for the win after going down to Springwood. With tough matches in both teams’ futures, this will be a big chance to put a win on the scoreboard.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA STH Rnd 4(Washout replay) – Alex Hills v Robina


Coorparoo vs Coomera

Coorparoo have had as close to a perfect season as possible. Sitting comfortably at the top of the ladder with their only fault being a draw, it seems unlikely that the winning streak will end this weekend. Following a win over Burleigh last weekend, their momentum appears unstoppable. This will be a tough match for Coomera, but if they can keep the score margin close, they will have something to be proud of.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA STH Rnd 4(Washout replay) – Coorparoo v Coomera


Springwood vs Coolangatta-Tweed

Coolangatta-Tweed will have their work cut out for them when they take on Springwood. The Pumas have had a successful campaign this season and their consistency puts them equal second on the ladder. This weekend gives them the chance to separate themselves from the Bears and move into a solid second place.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA STH Rnd 4(Washout replay) – Springwood v Coolangatta


Yeronga South Brisbane vs Burleigh

The Bombers have the opportunity to cause a real upset this weekend if they can take down Yeronga. Sitting at 4th and 5th on the ladder, this is a must win for Yeronga to secure their place coming towards finals. Burleigh need as many points as possible in the coming rounds if they want to dip into the final four and compete at the end of the season.

FOOTY RECORD: QFA STH Rnd 4(Washout replay) – Yeronga v Burleigh


Kenmore – BYE

After a convincing win last weekend, the Bears get the opportunity to sit back and relax this round.PROULDYSPONSOREDBYHARTSPORT

By Sarah Lingard

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