THE third round of the 2019/20 Limestone Coast Women’s Football League will take centre stage tonight, with games alternating between Vansittart Park and Naracoorte.
Millicent will be keen to continue its impressive form against Casterton Sandford in the opening game at the Mount Gambier venue.
The Saints appear to be a leading contender after two convincing wins.
The likes of Courtney Pond, Madi Thwaites, Tanaya Redman and Kelsie Wilkinson will try to keep the momentum rolling.
But the Cats will be no pushovers after a solid win over North Gambier last week.
Scarlett Jarrad, Kate Tomkins and Erin Horsnell led the way and appear to be the backbone of the side.
A tight contest could pan out between the cross-border rivals.
Naracoorte’s fixture will open with a bang as Kybybolite and Glencoe trade blows.
An entertaining four quarters could eventuate with both sides desperate to maintain their unbeaten record.
Kyby starts as the slight favourite as they sit on top of the ladder.
The Hannaford duo of Della and Holly has been prolific in front of goals with nine majors between them.
Kyby’s forward line was at its best last round when it reached triple figures to smash Penola by 102 points.
However, the Murphies will attempt to challenge the pace setters.
Donna Jaeschke, Alice Tentye and Sarah Edwards are in solid form.
Glencoe should provide a challenge, but it will be tough to slow the Kyby train.
Another unbeaten side in South Gambier meets Kalangadoo at Vansittart Park.
The Demons are in a confident frame of mind after a promising start to the season.
Neave Delaney and Jasmine White have stamped their authority inside 50, while a number of names including Tess Andrews and Imogen Walker have contributed further up the ground.
The Magpies began the season well, but will be determined to respond after a heavy defeat to Millicent.
It is likely reigning premier Mundulla will score its maiden victory in the final match at Naracoorte against Penola.
Both teams have struggled to match their opponents so far, but the 2018 champions will fancy their chances.
Another win-less duo will battle for victory in the last match of the round between North Gambier and Kongorong at Vansittart Park.
It is the Tigers’ last chance to utilise their home-ground advantage after a pair of disappointing results.
North will try to reach double figures for the first time this season, while Kongorong looks for a breakthrough win.
Casterton Sandford v Millicent, 6pm, Vansittart Park; Kybybolite v Glencoe, 6.30pm, Naracoorte; Kalangadoo v South Gambier, 7.15pm, Vansittart Park; Penola v Mundulla, 7.45pm, Naracoorte; North Gambier v Kongorong, 8.30pm, Vansittart Park.