Another weekend of local footy is upon us, with round four getting underway for the Spencer Gulf League. (All matches 2.25pm)
South are set to go head to head with Port tomorrow afternoon at Central Oval, both teams looking to add their second ‘W’ to the board.
West will host Centrals at Chinnery Park, both will be hoping to get the job done and score their first win of the season.
While a premiership rematch will get underway between Solomontown and PropRisdon at Memorial Oval, with last year’s premiers, Props, gunning to keep their place on top of the ladder so far this year.
In the WFL, a double header will see Central will face Roopena at Bennett Oval at 2.20pm tomorrow, while Weeroona Bay will fight it out against West at memorial Oval.
And North will play South in a Sunday afternoon clash at Memorial Oval (2.20pm), both sides desperately on the hunt for their first win so far this season.
Round six will get underway on the Yorke Peninsula, with all games scheduled for 2.30pm.
Bottom of the ladder, Ardrossan, will host last year’s wooden spooners, Wallaroo, at Ardrossan Oval.
Paskeville will host Moonta at their community centre oval.
The CMS Crows will face Central Yorke at Stansbury Oval.
And the Southern Eagles will host Bute at Warooka Oval.
Over in the Northern Areas, all three games will kick off at 2.30pm.
Orroroo will play at home against visitors and current ladder toppers, Southern Flinders.
Jamestown-Peterborough and Broughton-Mundoora will face off at Jamestown’s Victoria Park.
And BMW and Crystal Brook will both be on the hunt for their first win this year when they face off at Wilmington Oval in the third match up tomorrow afternoon.
And in the North Eastern League, South Clare and North Clare will both have to travel to Blyth this weekend to go head to head.
The Southern Saints will face BSR at Eudunda.
RSMU will play a well traveling MinMan at Riverton Oval.
And Blyth-Snowtown will be hoping to get their first win against BBH at Snowtown Oval.
All four games are scheduled to kick off at 2.30pm.
Photo: By Spencer Gulf Broadcasters