Coomera will be at home to Logan in the opening round of Round 4 this week. In round 3 action, Caboolture disposed of Coomera by 10 goals. It was another story with the Cobras, who smashed UQ by 166 points. In that game, Ellery Bowman was best on ground and also contributed with 5 goals. Dylan Witney was a solid target all day and finished with 6 majors himself. Both of these Logan boys will look to have a day out against Coomera, who will again need Cam Cross and Zach Compton to fire if they are any chance of staying in the contest.
Griffith will take on Redcliffe at Nathan following their heavy defeat at the hands of Ipswich last week. Chris Lowe and Damien Hughes were the only shining lights for Griffith, while Ryan Jones still managed 4 goals despite his team going down by 102 points. The Tigers were impressive in their efforts against Calamvale, with the goals shared between Jason Apps and Matt Argall, while captain Brett Somers was clearly best afield in another dominant display.
Ipswich and Nambour will fight it out at Lime Stone Park on Saturday in a massive road trip for the boys from the hinterland. Ipswich will be full of confidence after their demolition job against Griffith last week, while Nambour was only just able to sneak over the line against Beenleigh by a goal. Matt Stanley and the Spring brothers were solid for Nambour as Ben Harold put away 4 majors in an impressive display. Ipswich had winners all over the park last week, and this will be a key factor for Nambour should they hope to come away with a victory. Lucas Rodman and Damien Brereton were imposing up forward last week, kicking 9 goals between them in a lethal combination.
Coming off their disappointing performance last week, UQ will have a chance to redeem themselves at home against Caboolture. Sean Powyer and Nick Gillett were handy for the Red Lions in round 3, but it will take a massive effort if they are going to get over Caboolture who are coming off a 10 goal win. Chris Allen and Bryce Smith did the damage up forward, while Michael Matthews continued his impressive early season form.
The final game of the weekend has Calamvale facing Beenleigh at home. Both sides are coming off close loses in round 3 and will be wanting the 4 points this week. Although Beenleigh went down by a goal to Nambour, Andrew Soutar continuedh is brilliant start to the year with Clint Robson and Nick Pearson contributing nicely. The danger man will be competition leading goal scorer Alan Flower who kicked 10 goals in Calamvale’s 2 goal loss to Redcliffe last week. If Beenleigh can contain Flower they will go a long way to winning this contest.