GNL Hockey | Team’s season rests on the coming clash

It will be a must-win game for City Marians when they take on the Queechy Penguins at home.

POSSESSION: South Launceston Suns' Miranda Grant fends off a challenge. Picture: Scott Gelston

POSSESSION: South Launceston Suns' Miranda Grant fends off a challenge. Picture: Scott Gelston

Queechy came away with the win when these two teams met last and City wants to prove that they are worthy of a top-four position.

With the finals in sight Queechy will be looking to consolidate on the work they have done this season, focusing on their strength as a team and ability to perform under pressure.

A draw or a win will guarantee the Penguins a finals position.

Smithton Saints travel to Devonport to take on the Dragons. Smithton has shown great improvement through the season with young players Maddison Poke and Abbey House providing opportunities on the forward line.

West’s Sam Lawrence and Isabelle Sharman have been on fire and will be players to watch this weekend.

It will be a tough game for the travelling side as they try to take down the ladder leaders on home turf.

Tamar’s defensive unit will need to be on point ...

South Burnie travels to Launceston to take on Tamar Churinga.

After their win last weekend, South Burnie will be eager to continue their winning streak coming into finals.

South’s Isabelle O’Conor and Raeleigh Phillips will could be the difference in the approaching game as they cause damage on the scoreboard.

Tamar’s defensive unit will need to be on point if they want to keep the Hawks scoreless.

Launceston City needs to take out Devonport when they meet in Launceston if they are to keep finals hopes alive.

With the home ground advantage on their side City will look at bringing in some new blood to bolster the side and lift them to the next level.

Devonport will be hoping to end the their season drought with a win against the home team.

South Launceston has the bye.