Mayne vs. Aspley
2:00pm Mott Street
Mayne have picked up where they left off in 2015, with two convincing wins in consecutive weeks. They weren’t troubled by Nambour and Hinterland last week, and will be tough to beat this week. With the bye in round 1, Aspley were unable to go with Maroochydore last week, going down by 28-points. Mayne wont have it all their way this week, if the Hornets start well, this one could go down to the wire.
Maroochydore vs. Noosa
2:10pm – Maroochydore Oval 1
The undefeated Maroochydore host heavyweights Noosa in a mouth watering clash. Maroochydore overcame a gallant Aspley last week by 28-points, to remain top of the table in 2015. Noosa comes off the back of a huge win over Moreton Bay, meaning this one will be thriller.
Caloundra vs. Nambour and Hinterland
2:00pm – North St Oval
Both of these clubs are yet to register a win this year, and both will be desperate to change that this week. Caloundra were able to recharge the batteries last week with the bye, where as Nambour and Hinterland couldn’t stay in touch with the powerful Mayne. This one will be an arm wrestle.
BYE – Morton Bay
Coomera vs. Yeronga South Brisbane
1:00pm Coomera Sports Park
Yeronga will come into this week nice and fresh after the bye last week, looking to remain undefeated in 2015. Coomera suffered a heavy loss against reigning premier Springwood last week, and will be looking to get back on the winners board.
Alexandra Hills vs. Kenmore
2:00pm – Keith Surridge Oval
Alexandra Hills weren’t able to overcome a fast starting Coolangatta-Tweed last week, going down by 40-points. Kenmore fought hard all day against Coorparoo, but found themselves 14-point behind when the final siren rang. These two teams will be very eager to get their season rolling this week, so expect a tight one.
Burleigh vs. Springwood
2:00pm – Bill Godfrey Oval
The grand final rematch will certainly be one to watch this weekend. Both teams are undefeated and coming off the back of big wins last week. Springwood took care of Coomera by 74 points, and Burleigh kicked 26 goals to beat Robina by 80. This one should be a corker.
Robina vs. Coolangatta Tweed
2:00pm – Scottsdale Drive
Coolangatta Tweed turned it on in the second quarter last week, kicking 11-goals to four, to set up their 40-point win over Alexandra Hills. Don’t expect it to be that easy this week though; Robina will be on the rebound after a difficult loss against ladder leaders Burleigh, as they look to register their first win of 2015.
BYE – Coorparoo
By Andrew Wiles