Round four of Tasmanian Women’s League North football kicks off this weekend with three intriguing games ahead.
Rocherlea hosts George Town on Friday night, with the Saints looking to notch their first win of the season.
George Town is improving each game, but won’t have it all their way with Rocherlea wanting to consolidate a top-four position.
Rocherlea will look to Melissa Smith and Maddy Howe to continue their great start to the season with coach Amanda Sweeney to lead from the front.
Renee Wilson, Jill Fish and Tayla Marshall will lead the George Town charge.
Unbeaten South Launceston take on last year’s grand finalists Evandale, also on Friday night, in a crucial clash for both sides.
South has taken all before them this season and will want to lock in a top-two position.
The Weagles know this is a mini-final for them and will look to captains Courtney Sharman and Courtney Grice, along with Sophie Townsend and Grace Gee to take charge.
The Bulldogs group of Kate Child, Hannah Grima, Mikela Saville and Kate Bowland have been strong this year.
The final game on Sunday pits top side Scottsdale against bottom side Prospect at Westbury.
Reigning premiers Scottdale are in ominous form with three big wins this season and should prove too strong for the battling Hawks.
The Magpies trio of Mikayla Binns, Letitia Johnson captain Alex Hall and are class players and will show the way for the Magpies.
Caitlyn Webster, Natalie Curbishley and Tayla Ronken have been standouts for Prospect.