QFA Preview: Round 9

QFA North


Aspley V Mayne

Aspley will face a tough task to get their season on track. The Hornets have struggled but have shown flashes of quality in their matches.

They will need plenty of these flashes to upset competition’s premier breadwinners.

Mayne Tigers have romped their way to the top of the table with huge wins along the way. The Tigers will hope this win will pull them away from second placed Maroochydore.


Nambour & Hinterlands V Caloundra

Caloundra will be in high spirits after an important win over Moreton Bay last round and will be trying to continue this form when versing Nambour.

Nambour & Hinterland haven’t registered a win so far, but they will be hoping the break in the season has upset the momentum of the top sides and can sneak a few wins towards the back end of the competition.

FOOTY RECORD:QFA NTH RECORD – RD 9 – Nambour v Caloundra

Noosa V Maroochydore

The game of the round will take place with second and third place knocking heads up the coast.

The boys from Maroochydore will be jubilant after a big win over Nambour and will be hoping another win can derail the Mayne train from the top of the table.

Noosa have been nipping at the heels of Maroochydore and Mayne all season and will get their chance to take down second place this weekend.

FOOTY RECORD:QFA NTH RECORD – RD 9 – Noosa v Maroochydore

Moreton Bay BYE

Moreton Bay will have a break this round after a close loss to Caloundra, they will be gearing up to take on Noosa in round ten.


QFA South


Alexandra Hills V Burleigh

Burleigh have seesawed so far this season registering a couple of wins and losses, the Bombers will be trying to level this out as they make a run up the table.

Alexandra Hills have struggled with no wins all season. Last round they showed serious fight against a strong Yeronga outfit and will be hoping to go one step further and take the win this round.

Coolangatta – Coomera

A classic clash on the coast will see local rivals Coolangatta and Coomera battle it out at Peak oval in round nine.

It is set to be a tough affair with both teams on the ugly side of the table, Coomera had a debilitating loss to Burleigh but have shown signs that they can bounce back.

Coomera will be raring to go after having cooling their heels for two weeks.

Springwood V Kenmore

An extremely important match will take place at Lowe Oval this weekend.

Kenmore, Springwood and Yeronga are all tied for second place and a win will help either side jostle it’s way out of the pack.

Springwood will be buoyed after a close loss to competition leaders Cooparoo, Kenmore will also be up and about after a clinical victory over Robina.

Yeronga V Cooparoo

The bustling Bears will wrestle with the top placed Blues in another local derby.

Yeronga have made a name for themselves this season with huge wins and breathtaking displays of football, they will face their trickiest challenge against the top placed blues this weekend.

Cooparoo have been typically clinical all season and have both hands securely on the top spot.

Robina BYE

The lads from Robina will be having a longer sleep in this weekend but they will be keeping an eye on the Coolangatta and Alexandra Hills matches. If these sides get up it would mean Robina would now be the ones holding the wooden spoon.PROULDYSPONSOREDBYHARTSPORT

By Mitchell Van Homrigh

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