Launceston City and Queechy Penguins meet for the ‘Orange Round’ this weekend in memory of distinguished Launceston City player Jason ‘Moon’ Scott number 9.
This match will be a challenge for the City squad with their young midfielders and forwards out to prove themselves strong under the pressure exerted by the experienced Queechy.
Both teams will be looking to make the most of every opportunity in this emotional match.
It will be an even match-up when City Marians travel to Launceston to take on Tamar Churinga.
Marians have proven themselves against some of the stronger teams in the competition, but consistency will be the key as they try to climb the ladder.
Tamar will need to press the home ground advantage as they search for their first win of the season.
Smithton is set for a tough match against travelling South Burnie.
The young Saints need to work hard through the full 70 minutes if they hope to make the most of their own home ground advantage.
South Burnie will be hard to beat, with their experience in the field giving them an edge over the competition.
The South Launceston Suns travels to Devonport to take on the home team.
The Suns are coming off a successful first half of the season and Devonport will be hard pressed to contain their inform forwards.
Devonport’s defense needs to be on top of their game to prevent the Suns from overpowering them.
West Devonport has the bye.