Undefeated Beulah faces Woomelang-United battle

STRONG FORM: Jeparit-Rainbow’s Ben Marra will look to pick up from where he left off before the bye against Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers as the Lakers chase their first win on Saturday. Picture: LES GRAETZ

STRONG FORM: Jeparit-Rainbow’s Ben Marra will look to pick up from where he left off before the bye against Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers as the Lakers chase their first win on Saturday. Picture: LES GRAETZ

THERE is plenty on offer again this week, as the Mallee Football League moves into round 16.

The undefeated Beulah side will face a real battle against Woomelang-Lascelles. 

The Blues looked flat last week as Hopetoun took it up to them for much of the match, while the Cats overran the in-form Demons. 

Tim Sandford and Tom Hallam have been good down back for Beulah, but will have their work cut out for them as they take on gun Cat forwards Corey Kelly, Jayden Lonergan and Jason Krueger.

At the other end of the ground, Beulah’s Dale Shannon and Brock Orval are expected to feature. 

This match could go either way, and it will be the team who turns up to play that will win.

Rivals Walpeup-Underbool and Ouyen go head to head at Blackburn Park in what promises to be an enthralling game. 

Both sides went down narrowly last week and will be keen to make amends. 

Kane Munro and Matt Palmer continually keep giving for the Roos.

They will need the form of Ryan Stacey and Jeremy Brown to continue in order to win this match. 

Ouyen United will hope Brad Vallance leads the team to victory.

The final match of the round will see Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers take on Jeparit-Rainbow. 

The Tigers narrowly held off an inspired Walpeup-Underbool last week. They will not want that to be the case again this week. 

As the Tigers prepare to go deep into the finals, they will look to record a big win this week. 

The Lakers have been unlucky this season, having played some good footy, but are yet to record a win.

Coming off the bye last week, they will be keen to finish the season on a high and perhaps record a few upsets in the final few weeks.

Hopetoun has the bye.

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