Actions at both ends of the round as Capalaba and the Roar kick off action tonight in front of the Football Queensland livestream cameras, before Souths United aim to bounce back from a surprising loss when they host the Gap on Sunday evening.
There were plenty of upsets at the top as Souths United and Moreton Bay United both slipped up against the Roar and Gold Coast respectively, whereas it was business as usual for Lions and The Gap.
The NPLW gets back under way this weekend with matches split evenly across the two days. All the top four are facing potential banana skins this week which could give some of the teams below them a sniff of a Finals spot.
Western Pride NPLW coach Belinda Kitching believes one of the real strengths of her star striker Sophie Weatherby is that she wants to improve herself.
The top four all win big as Easts and Mitchelton play out a five goal thriller at Teralba Park on another busy weekend in the NPLW.
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The bottom three face tough assignments at teams eager to improve their league positions, whilst the top two will both be in action on Sunday against teams from the bottom half of the table.
Souths continue to dominate and Moreton Bay, Lions and Pride all record victories as Easts are held to a draw against Gold Coast United.
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Top plays bottom and the battle for fourth place up for grabs in Round 15.
The top three teams all recorded victories on a weekend that saw 42 goals fly in to the back of the net thanks to big wins from The Gap and Lions whilst the bottom five all lost ground on their rivals above them.