SEQAFL Division 4 Update

We take a look at how the Div 4 competitions are tracking.

The Division Four competitions are nearing their halfway points, and there has been plenty of quality footy on display across the south-east corner.

Here’s a whip around of the Div Four competitions to this point.

Div 4 North:

Maroochydore are on top of the Div 4 north competition, after six rounds, a game clear of the rest of the rest of the league.

Ladder positions are tight from there on down, with Pomona and Bribie Island on 4-2 records, hot on the Roos’ heels.

Noosa sits in fourth, with a 3-3 record and a clash with Pomona looming this weekend.

Glasshouse are fifth with two wins on the board.

It looks like being a long season for Gympie, winless as the halfway mark nears.

Div 4 Central:

Zillmere are sitting pretty on top of the Div 4 central ladder, undefeated with seven rounds played.

The Eagles have broken the century in all but one game this season, with a 41-point win over Jimboomba their closest clash so far.

Overall, the central region is a pretty close competition, with all teams having at least one win on the board so far.

Yeronga is sitting second, with one loss to te Woodsmen in round two.

It’s a big game for the Devils this weekend, when they face the Eagles in a to pof the table showdown.

After a first round thrashing at the hands of Zillmere, the third-placed Woodsmen have won all of their proceeding games, and sit in a good position nearing the season’s halfway mark.

Jimboomba are the next rung down, and their results have run to form , with three defeates at the hands of each of the teams above them.

Collingwood Park, UQ and Kenmore are occupying the bottom three spots on the ladder, with one win a piece.

Div 4 South:

Byron Bay and Tweed Coast are the two standout sides from the first six rounds of the South competition.

Borth have picked up four wins and are on track for finals this season.

Big wins over Robina and Bond Uni have Byron Bay sitting in top spot, and it will likely stay that way with Tweed having a bye in round seven.

Back in the pack, Lismore, Burleigh and Robina are on two wins apiece, with the Bombers having a game in hand.

After taking their opening fixture against Robina, Ballina have been kept winless and sit in fifth.

Bond Uni are yet to notch up a win in the South competition and are currently cemented in bottom spot.

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