Round 8 - Provided by SFL League Management
New Norfolk v Sorell at Boyer, 2pm Saturday
Last weekend saw New Norfolk get its second win for the season, while Sorell suffered another loss.
The New Norfolk Eagles reminded the competition of their true capabilities for the first time this year, proved they can still play quality football and hopefully for their supporters that will carry on this weekend as well.
The Sorell Eagles have had a dismal start to the season and are yet to win a game. They really need to see come out of their shell and show their true ability this weekend.
This should be a great game to watch as it’s getting to that point in the season where wins are getting harder to predict and everybody is working twice as hard to get them. Every game now is important and each win is one step closer to making an appearance in the finals.
Claremont v Hobart at Abbotsfield Park, 2pm
As these teams are sitting next to each other on the ladder they will both want a win tomorrow. The Magpies need the win to secure their position in the second spot, and Hobart need the win so they can challenge for Claremont’s spot.
Lindisfarne v Cygnet at Anzac Park, 2pm
Undefeated Lindisfarne has played a great brand of football each week this season and tomorrow shouldn’t be any different, but don’t write off a competitive Cygnet which might show its strength and determination and come through with a win.
Brighton v Dodges Ferry at Pontville, 2pm
Brighton and Dodges Ferry will be playing an intense game this weekend as both teams need wins to improve their position before it's too late.
BYE: Huonville Lions