SEYMOUR vs. MOOROOPNA
Seymour faces a huge challenge in its bid to continue its winning form and consolidate its place inside the top six.
Rosie O’Sullivan was a star in the Lions comprehensive win against Shepparton before the lockdowns.
And if they can fire along with their other team-mates then I expect this to go right down to the wire.
ECHUCA vs. SHEPPARTON
Echuca will be out to consolidate its place at top of the ladder and making the visitors task of qualifying for the finals that little bit more difficult.
Sheridan Townrow, Belinda Lees and Holly Butler were the key contributors in the big win over Kyabram when the Murray Bombers last took the court.
If they can continue their consistent four quarter performances and keep Erin Scott, Tanner Edwards and Ash Cann in check, then they should win the contest.
BENALLA vs. TATURA
Benalla will be desperate to put its best foot forward and take it to the sixth placed Tatura.
The visiting Bulldogs will look to young gun Elise Boyer, Steph Gorrie and Laura Kilpatrick to lead the way and try and inspire the team to victory.
They will be desperate to take it up to the Bulldogs and control the tempo.
If they can do that, then they will worry Tatura.
MANSFIELD vs. EUROA
Euroa knows the importance of today’s contest.
A win and it keeps its flickering finals aspirations alive with only three rounds to play before finals.
The Pies were able to breathe life into their season thanks to the efforts of Ellie Warnock, Sophie Owen and Karly Wappett who were crucial in the 11-goal upset win over the sixth placed Tatura before these latest lockdowns.
SWANS vs. ROCHESTER
Shepparton Swans can make sure of its place in the finals with a win over Rochester today.
Sahra Brooks in attack, Madison Egglestone and Eliza Willams down in defence will be doing their bit to try and ensure the visiting team pushes the home team all the way.
Coach Jana Riordan will look to them to continue their form along with Kristy Down through the centre.
UNITED vs. KYABRAM
Shepparton United will be eager to hit the court today to keep its winning form going in the three-way battle for the minor premiership.
The trio will be looking to make every post a winner against the Bombers.
The home team will look to Hollie Reid, Michaela Herbert and Carly Whitfield to inspire the team against the very good and well-balanced visitors.