Urban battle on the cards as city clashes with city

City Marians play Launceston City at McKenna Park and Launceston City has shown that, despite their youth, this won’t be a walk in the park for Marians.

POWER: Tamar Churinga's Zoe Crawford smashes the ball away in a recent match against Launceston. Tamar meets West Devonport in Launceston this weekend. Picture: Neil Richardson

POWER: Tamar Churinga's Zoe Crawford smashes the ball away in a recent match against Launceston. Tamar meets West Devonport in Launceston this weekend. Picture: Neil Richardson

Launceston’s Jo Brumby and Laura Gregg will set the tone early, but will have to get past the strength of Monique Grundy and Izzie De Tommaso.

Tamar Churinga and West Devonport meet in Launceston and West will expect to come away with a hat-trick. 

West’s Bronte Irvine and Isabelle Sharman are players to watch and Tamar Churinga will need to shut them down early if they want to win.

A depleted South Launceston Suns faces South Burnie in Launceston in an tough match for the Suns, with Miranda Grant and Lynsey Shepherd-Blazley representing Tasmania in the u18s competition.

South Launceston needs to work as a team, converting every opportunity but South Burnie’s Chloe Leary and Isabelle O’Conner will still need to get through South Launceston's strong defensive line led by Mel Stevens.

Devonport and Smithton clash in Devonport in the second game of the season for both teams and a win for either will help build confidence in new players.

Smithton’s Karla Emiss and Darcey Smith must get past Devonport’s defensive line up.

Queechy Penguins has the bye.

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