Port Lincoln football preview
ONE more minor round left, all ladder positions look finalised but all teams will look to end the round on a high note.
Mallee Park v Wayback, Mallee Park
Unlike last year Mallee Park will look to go into the finals with some momentum and a win at home against second placed Wayback would do just that.
The Demons are without Jason Perkins but are expecting the return of captain Seth Meyers for his first game since round two.
Against the Peckers the Demons will need to have superior numbers in the contests and go for those clearing kicks to set up their scoring shots.
The Demons are once again celebrating a milestone as Dene Rodd as he plays his 100th league game.
The Peckers are an effective attacking side and to win will need to capitalise on as many inside 50s as possible, a tricky task against an effective Wayback defence.
Kingsley Bilney Jnr is in red hot form with the way he wins the football and moves it through the midfield while Kenneth Davey and Casey Amos will be among those who can set up the shots on goal.
Wayback look the goods against Mallee Park but the Peckers are also a big chance to score the win at home.
Lincoln South v Tasman, Ravendale
Once again a match scheduled for Centenary has been moved due to recent rainfall.
Souths are coming off its third win for the season against Boston, which was won with numbers around the contests and effective defensive pressure.
Ben Shillabeer is a big inclusion for Souths while Jake Horton is an expected exclusion.
Paul White continues to shine in the back half for the Eagles while Luke Wilkins and Anton Story should be effective in getting the ball into their half.
Tasman will be missing Wade Mason and Brent Gray this weekend but expect Dylan Perry back in.
The Roosters will look to Jace Rodda, Nathan Frost and Craig Reincke to win the ball off the back flank and into the midfield where Tasman are fully capable of effective ball movement into their 50.
Souths should make it a closer match than expected but Tasman should get the win.
Marble Range v Boston, Wangary
Boston finish their season at Wangary against top side Marble Range.
The Tigers are expecting Trent Polkinghorne back with Aaron Dunn also a possible inclusion.
Boston must play defensively against Rangers, get into their contests and not allow them to set up their zones because at home their midfielders capitalise on the space of the wide Wangary oval.
Kyle Castely and Jeb Casanova come into a side that will go into the finals with one of the best midfields and one of the most effective attacking games in the league at the moment.
Marble Range are a safe bet to win at home.