The Weekend Review

The football fixture computer hasn’t been to kind to us this Saturday, with both Rockingham City and Mandurah City playing away from home.

Rockingham make the journey to Balcatta on Saturday in a game they need to be getting something from. Balcatta are in 10th position and only 2 points ahead of Rocky, so a win for the travelling team will make them move from the bottom of the table.

Mandurah City make the even further journey when they travel to Quinns FC. Mandurah are on a good run of form at the moment and will have to maintain this as Quinns are currently in third place. A win for the Dolphins could see them go 6th in the table.

On Sunday, Mandurah City’s Ladies State league team are also on their travels as they also have a long journey to ECU Joondalup. Mandurah are currently bottom of the table and will look to kick start their season against ECU, who are currently in 4th place.

In the Amateur Divisions, Peel United will be hoping to return to winning ways as they host Forrestfield. Peel are currently top of the division 1 ladder but with some long term injuries to the team, will hope they have strength in depth. Port Kennedy are also at home when they host North Beach Soccer Club. In division 2, Mandurah City are at home to Subiaco. Both teams have the same amount of points, but Subi’s defence looks like their weak spot as they have conceded 23 goals in just their 5 games played so far. Baldivis in division 3 have an early season relegation 6 pointer when they host fellow strugglers Woodvale. In the 10th v 9th clash, both teams will want to the 3 points to get them away from the relegation zone. Division 4 action sees Rockingham City at home to Forrestfield United. Rocky are also near the foot of the table and will be hoping luck changes and they get there first win of the season.

In other key games on Sunday, Baldivis Districts in the women’s metro south division 1 will look to continue their unbeaten start to the season when they travel to MUM FC. The ladies are currently 6 points clear of the rest of the teams and a win on Sunday will make them favourites to continue this fine early season form to a promotion push.

The women’s metro south division 2 has an interesting derby when Rockingham City play Rockingham United. additionally, Baldivis can go top of the league if they beat Canning City and Curtin University lose.

In the men’s metro south division 2, Mandurah City will be looking to make it 6 wins out of 6 when they travel to winless and pointless Sutherlands Park. In the south division 3, both Warnbro Strikers and Peel United will be hoping to continue their winning ways. Warnbro, on top only on goal difference, host Belmont Villa while 2nd place Peel United travel to Armadale.

The masters south division 1, Port Kennedy will hope to remain at the top of the table when they travel to 2nd place Aubin Grove. Both teams are on 12 points so this could be one of the matches of the weekend in store. In the south division 2, another local derby happens when Mandurah City host Baldivis in a mid table clash.

Port Kennedy’s over 45’s team are also top of the ladder and travel to Lynwood, who have only won once this season so far.

Notable games in the junior sections include an under 13’s south division 4 game between Baldivis Soccer Club and Baldivis Soccer Club (green)! The green team are currently 4 points ahead of the hosts team.

Peel United’s under 16 division 2 team are away to Whitford City. This is a top v bottom game, with Peel still having a 100% record in the league. In division 5, Top of the table Baldivis host local rivals Port Kennedy.

Another local derby in division 4 of the under 18’s league as Warnbro Strikers are at home to Baldivis.

In the girls competition, Under 14’s division 3 leaders Rockingham City, who also have a 100% record travel to mid table Hamersley Rovers.

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