STRATFORD’S young Swans will take on Lakes Entrance when the East Gippsland Football-Netball League’s split round four concludes on Saturday.
Languishing without a win at the bottom of the ladder, the home team will be fighting hard to get its first points on the board for the season.
Last round, Lakes Entrance surprisingly went down to a tenacious Orbost-Snowy Rovers, and will be hungry to claw its way back up the ladder.
BOISDALE-BRIAGOLONG travels to Lucknow to meet the Magpies, who had a solid win over the Anzac Day weekend against Paynesville.
The Bombers will be hoping the week off has not slowed their momentum, after a furious, hard fought loss to ladder leader Lindenow.
After kicking a flurry of goals in the third term, by the end the Cats came back too strongly, and they then capitalised by taking out last year’s premiership foe Wy Yung last week.
A RESURGENT Orbost-Snowy Rovers will host Paynesville, with the Blues encouraged by their close win over Lakes Entrance last round.
The Blues will still have to fight hard to defeat the Gulls, who have plenty of potential despite a disappointing start to their season.
This will either be a very close game or a blow-out.