SEQAFL Division 4 Finals preview


Bribie Island will take on Noosa for a spot in the Division Four North grand final, tomorrow.

The Bulldogs will be looking for another bite at the cherry, after losing to Pomona in last weekend’s semi final.

Based on their regular season record, Bribie go in as red-hot favourites for the clash, winning their last match up over the Tigers by 239 points.

But Noosa has proven form wrong once already, pulling off an upset over Maroochydore in their sudden-death semi final last weekend.

The preliminary final kicks off at 2:00pm tomorrow at North St Oval, Caloundra, with the winner to meet Pomona in the August 24 grand final.


The Division Four central finals get underway tonight, with semi finals kicking off proceedings.

Minor premiers Zillmere take on Yeronga in the major semi final, with the winner nabbing a grand final spot and a week off.

The Eagles have not lost to the Devils this season and will be hoping to continue their dominant run tonight, at O’Callaghan Park.

Having finished four games clear of their nearest competitors, Zillmere would be unbackable favourites ahead of tonight’s clash, but the Devils will be ready to put up a fight.

The game kicks off at 6:20pm, at O’Callaghan Park, with the winner earning a week’s rest and a grand final berth.

Proceeding that match, the Woodsmen and Jimboomba Redbacks will play off to keep their seasons alive.

The sides have not met in 2013, with forfeits on their two scheduled match ups.

Though, their positions on the ladder suggest it could be a close one, with the Woodsmen finishing only a game ahead of the Redbacks through the regular season.

That minor semi-final starts at 8:40pm, at O’Callahgan Park, with the winner to face either Zillmere or Yeronga in a preliminary final next weekend.


The Division Four South competition wraps up tomorrow, with the top two sides battling it out for the flag.

Minor premiers, Byron Bay, will take on Tweed Coast , in a rematch of their week one final, to determine who finishes on top at the end of 2013.

In that last match, the Magpies took the chocolates by 40 points, and will be looking for a repeat effort this week after a week off.

The Tigers have had to do it the hard way, after losing to the Magpies, but they completed their preliminary final with ease, beating Ballina by 25 points.

Byron and Tweed have been the form sides of the competition all season and this game should be a cracker

The Magpies face the Tigers at Fripp Oval tomorrow, at 2:00pm.

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