Peel United will be hoping to continue their recent good form in the Amateur Premier league as they host Quinns FC. The visitors have only won twice all season and a win for Peel could see them go into 6th place in the league. In Division 1, Port Kennedy are at home to Stirling Lions while Mandurah City are also at home in Division 2 where Perth Hills are the visitors. Baldivis are away to Woodvale in Division 3 and in Division 4, Warnbro Strikers host Perth Royals.
Mandurah City’s women’s state league side are at home to Perth AFC, while in the Amateur league, Baldivis Districts travel to Subiaco.
In the men’s metro leagues, there is a local derby in south Division 1 as Port Kennedy host AFC Rockingham while Mandurah City host South Perth United. In South Division 2, Port Kennedy travel to South Perth United and Baldivis are at home to Kwinana United. Peel United in south Division 3 travel to MUM FC and in south Division 4, AFC Rockingham travel to Forrestfield United and Murray District Rangers go to Perth AFC.
The women’s meto leagues has Port Kennedy officially opening there home return, as they host Gosnells City at 11am at Koorana Reserve in the South Division 1. Port Kennedy’s south Division 2 side are also at home at 11am as South Perth are the visitors while Warnbro Stravel to Leeming Strikers, Mandurah City go to Canning City and Rockingham United are also away, at Kelmscott Roos. Rockingham United’s South Division 3 side are at home to Fremantle City.
Port Kennedy’s masters team continue to celebrations at the home ground as they host MUM FC at 1pm in the South premier Division while in south Division 2, the two local teams meet as Baldivis play Mandurah. Finally, Baldivis over 45’s side are at home to Spearwood Dalmatinac.