By Beth Newman
The SEQAFL Women’s League has split into two divisions, with some cracking games on the horizon.
Yeronga leads all comers in Division one. Still yet to drop a game, with 10 rounds played.
The Devils defeated their closest rivals, In Coorparoo, on Saturday, reinforcing their status as Premiership favourites.
The Roos are two games back, having lost both their fixtures against Yeronga, and sit one game ahead of Zillmere.
Kedron rounds out the top division, a sizeable way back, on three wins.
Palm Beach sits on top of the women’s division two ladder, but Griffith Moorooka are fast closing in.
The Reds have had a strong form line in recent weeks, and are only two points behind the Lions with two games left.
Logan are a game behind in third, while UQ lifted itself off the bottom of the women’s league ladder for the first time in its short history, with a forfeit win over the Lions on Sunday.