Here is your weekly preview for QPL3 Darling Downs.
QPL3 Darling Downs Women
Buoyed by a big win last weekend, USQFC will have a real sense of momentum within their squad. They take on a Redbacks team who is desperately searching for their first win. A home crowd advantage could aid them in their quest.
With games in hand, Rovers Women will be looking to progress up the ladder into the top four this weekend. Whilst, Wanderers looked to have patched up their defensive approach with only conceding a double versus Hawks, if they can combine that with some attacking play and find the back of the net, it could be a closer contest than many might anticipate.
A grand final rematch this Sunday, as Willowburn host Highfields Gold. Both teams are stacked full of experience and youth. And possess the ability to attack from all areas of the pitch. This has all the makings of an absorbing match, and could come down to simply who wants it more.
With only the one loss this season, Hawks will be cautious and aware of other teams below them looking to overtake them. A win will keep them towards the pointy end. Highfields Green are coming off a loss and back to back losses could be devastating for their top four aspirations.
QPL3 Darling Downs Men
With Wanderers coming off a draw and Gatton coming off back to back losses. Both teams will be eager to get back into the winners circle.
A win to the Rovers last weekend seems them push into second, and they host a Highfields outfit that is starting to find some form. If Highfields can start well and play some of their best football, Rovers will have to be at their best and for the neutral fan it will make for a compelling match at Captain Cook.
Two of the oldest clubs in town lock horns again. Willowburn are still yet to taste defeat this season and St Albans would love nothing more to be the first team to inflict a loss. Whenever these teams play it’s always a spectacle.