Yeronga Sth Bris Vs Alexandra Hills

Yeronga Sth Bris have fourth place in their sights and a win this week will get them there as they take on Alexandra Hills at home. The Devils, who are currently fifth, will be full of confidence following their win over Coorparoo last week. The 43 point victory has them poised to climb the ladder at the right time of the year. The Bombers have slid to fourth following their last month of football, and another loss could see them on the fringe of finals contention after they were beaten again last week. The 27 point loss at the hands of UQ highlighted their rapid decline, and unfortunately they are going to be up against a side that wants their spot on the ladder. Yeronga Sth Bris will be looking to use big Matt Brown up forward, while Sam Cox and Adam Stevenson have also been amongst the goals in recent weeks. The Bombers will have to lock down on important players Matt Lockyer and Joel Careless if they are to hit some form and remain a threat come finals time.

Last time they met:
Alexandra Hills 12.12.84 def Yeronga Sth Bris. 7.9.51

Kedron Vs Caloundra

Kedron will look to climb back up the ladder this week as they face Caloundra at home on Saturday. Last week the Lions suffered a massive 10 goal loss to Aspley and dropped two places to currently sit eighth on the table. The result may have been much worse had it not been for the brilliant performance of ball magnet Dan Duffield who was close to best on ground in a losing side. His brother Matt was also showed some good touch, while forward Steve Rees marked strongly and played a lone hand in the front half for most of the day. Caloundra were able to shrug off their recent lean trot with a 23 point win over Robina. Still not at their best, the Panthers welcomed back Captain Matt Clarke with a victory. Dylan Wearmouth was the standout for Caloundra, as was Barry O’Brien who kicked four goals. Mitch Hyde and Jason Marks also shared the goals around and had three each.

Last time they met:
Caloundra 16.14.110 def. Kedron 9.9.63

UQ Red Lions Vs Wynnum

The UQ Red Lions are firming as flag favourites and a win against Wynnum this week will all but cement their spot on the top of the ladder. The Vikings did extremely well to get over Kenmore last week by 11 points and move to sixth on the ladder. Trent Farrow has continued his red hot form over the past few weeks with a best on ground performance, while Willy Broome was brilliant through the midfield. Rob Baumgartner also managed to finish with four goals in a lively display up forward. Unfortunately for Wynnum they will be facing a side that has been in a league of their own in the second part of the year. Luke Wray and Hugh Millikan have been deadly in front of goal, and Brad Percy continues to perform admirably. The Red Lions have winners everywhere around the ground and Wynnum will be at their best to come away with the four points.

Last time they met:
UQ 18.7.115 def. Wynnum 8.8.56 

Robina Vs Aspley

Robina are up against Aspley at Scottsdale Drive on Saturday in the battle of the cellar dwellers. Although both teams are still a mathematical chance of playing finals, the result of this match will directly affect who will head into the final rounds at the bottom of the table. The Roos were unlucky last week as Caloundra were able to finish them off by 23 points. Jyhe Pearson was gallant in the defeat, as was Vice-captain Josh Callinan. James Chapman and Ryan Hudson also put on a couple goals each but it wasn’t enough to get them over the line. The Hornets had a big win against Kedron last week, winning the local derby by 60 points. Sweeping defender Richard Harrison has continued his stellar season and was named best afield, while skipper Steve Jackson kicked four goals and Brendan Foote was inspirational after copping a head knock early. The last outing against each other was decided in the final minutes, andith plenty on the line, this is sure to be another close contest.

Last time they met:
Aspley 16.12.108 def. Robina 14.11.95

 Kenmore Vs Coorparoo

Wrapping up the action for round 15 will be Kenmore and Coorparoo at Western Districts Oval. Both teams suffered surprise loses last week and will be out to rectify that with solid performances in round 15. Kenmore went down to Wynnum by 11 points and have since moved to seventh on the ladder. Cam Stirling was good all day, as was skipper Tim Plummer who kicked for goals to take his season tally to 49. Coorparoo would have liked their chances against Yeronga last week but were comprehensively beaten by six goals. Ex-state league stars Ben Gibson and Shane Morrison were unavailable; however former Queensland and Mt Gravatt forward Bill Cleary played his first game of the year and kicked four goals in an impressive display. Other contributors on the day were Paul James and Alex Carty. If Kenmore wants to turn their season around and have a run at the finals, this is the week to do it.

Last time they met:
Coorparoo 13.17.95 def. Kenmore 13.7.85

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