Languishing in last place and winless, MDU will be looking to rebound from last weekend with a win. However, they have yet to show they will challenge the top teams this season so far and will need to be at their best if they are to come away with the four points. Players to watch will be Tom Corry, Jess Hickey, Josh Wright, Tom Brew and Matt Harris.
Slightly undermanned and outplayed last weekend, Toora will also be out for retribution. With a less than ideal start to the season, the Magpies may to use this game as a confidence booster to try and even up their win-loss ledger. Players to watch will be Jack Weston, Jayden Attard, Matt Andrews, Lincoln Toner and Michael O’Sullivan.Gippsland Footy admin
Stony Creek were impressive last week and will be looking to take that form into this weekend’s clash against the competition’s only undefeated team. Despite Kael Bergles kicking a big bag last weekend, the Lions have other avenues to goal through the likes of Michael Milivojevic and Anthony Sigeti. Other players to watch will be Hayden Egerton, Darcy Atkins and Cameron McKenzie.
Tarwin will go into this game as favourites, not yet dropping a game to date, despite the lesser-fancied Foster pushing them for three quarters in Round 3. The Sharks have winners across the ground, with a lot of the Sharks’ drive coming from Todd Dobson, Stuart Kilsby & Ricky O’Loughlin off their own half back line. Tarwin’s midfielders have also been in form of late with Troy Toussaint and Reegan Maddaford consistently in their best. Centre half forward Dermott Yawney will also be looking to add to his season goal kicking total, currently being joint leader in the competition with Bergles & Harrison Hunt of Fish Creek.Gippsland Footy admin
Fish Creek will be looking to lock up a top two spot on the ladder with their second week in a row at home. They come off a huge win against MDU and may be wary of being complacent against a team that pushed the current league leaders for three quarters last weekend. Players to watch will be forward Harry Hunt, Darcy Hargrave, Owen Straw and captain Brent Cooper.
Foster will be buoyed by their competitiveness against the league leaders last weekend, but will want more and should be up for a challenge such as the likes of Fish Creek. The Tigers only win so far has been against the lowly MDU in Round 2, though they have not been far behind Toora and aforementioned Tarwin. Tom McGowan will be a focal point up forward, while other players to watch will be James Cook, Brendan Neville and Josh TonerGippsland Footy admin
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