The top two teams, Nedlands and Kalamunda, do battle at the Foreshore this week with the psychological advantage at stake for the Home Building Society competition finals in two weeks.
Kalamunda held second place in the Home Building Society competition with the finals three weeks away, restricted to a cliff-hanger 24-24 draw by rapidly improving defending premier Wests-Subiaco at Hartfield today.
Defending premier Wests-Subiaco are desperate to resurrect their season against second-placed Kalamunda in their Home Building Society competition match at Hartfield on Saturday.
Palmyra defeated Cottesloe 45-6 in their Home Building Society competition match at Harvey Field today, despite conceding the majority of territory.
Cottesloe is aiming to put respectability back into their season when they meet Palmyra, ranked third in the Home Building Society competition, at Harvey Field on Saturday.
Palmyra cemented third place in the Home Building Society premiership with an uneven, close 22-17 win over fourth-placed Perth-Bayswater at Pat O’Hara Reserve today.
Kalamunda all but wrapped up second place in the Home Building Society competition with a knife-edge 18-16 win over their closest competition, Perth-Bayswater, at Hartfield today.
This season’s bolters, Kalamunda and Perth-Bayswater, meet in this week’s Home Building Society match of the round at Hartfield with second place at stake, and an early claim to that invaluable major semi-final spot.
Powerful blindside flanker Scott Fardy has joined the Emirates Western Force on a one year contract.