Round One of the FQPL 3 Metro Men’s and Women’s competitions served up a treat and we are set for another big week of action across both competitions. Here is what we can expect in Round 4 action!
FQPL 3 Men’s
Both Centenary and Newmarket will fancy a win when they lock horns this weekend. Both sides picked up a valuable point last weekend and will be eager to get the first win of the season. The Gap face a tricky home game against Toowong who come into the clash confident after their win against Acacia Ridge.
Saturday sees big games on hand with Mt. Gravatt hosting Bayside United. Bayside picked up all three points in their hit out against UQFC and will be hoping to make it two wins from two over the weekend. Pine Hills led the way with a 4-1 win in Round One and will take on Western Spirit in the second game of the season hoping to keep their perfect start alive.
The big clash comes at Kinsellas Park as The Lakes host St George Willawong. Both sides were tipped for a good season and after St. George’s draw at home against Centenary they will be needing a win to jump start their season.
UQFC play host to Acacia Ridge and will be looking to get back in the winners circle after their defeat against Bayside. Both sides are yet to get points this year so a win will be just the thing they need to kick start their seasons.
FQPL 3 Women’s
Caboolture and Southside lock horns in a big clash in the FQPL 3 Women’s on Saturday evening. Tipped to go close to winning the competition, Caboolture will be looking to take all three points against a Southside team who kicked off the year in style against Springfield.
Slacks Creek will travel to Springfield on Saturday with both sides hoping to cross off their first round defeats. Despite not playing last week Mt. Gravatt will be mindful of Ipswich City after the Bulls defeated Caboolture last weekend.
North Brisbane will be looking to back up their big win when they host Bethania Rams on Sunday. The Rams didn’t feature last week but will be hoping to limit the scoring capabilities of North come Sunday evening.
The final game sees Toowong host North Star. Yet to play a competitive match this season, both teams will be hoping to get off on the right foot and begin their respective campaigns with a win.