McLaren and Langhorne Creek are sitting on top of the ladder undefeated

DIVE: Victor Harbor speedster Zac Stichl keeps his feet to go for the ball, while Tom Pearsons from the Bays reaches. PHOTO: Ryan Finlay.
DIVE: Victor Harbor speedster Zac Stichl keeps his feet to go for the ball, while Tom Pearsons from the Bays reaches. PHOTO: Ryan Finlay.

Is the five set as the GSFL moves into round four of this nine round season? Two teams are undefeated in Langhorne Creek and McLaren and didn't the Hawks bring the Roosters back to earth? With a big thud!

It was one the biggest thumpings in years between the two teams and the Hawks look a side striving for three in a row. McLaren won a thriller against Willunga by four points. Great game and an early taste of what the finals will bring.

Encounter Bay defeated Victor Harbor by 48 points, Yankalilla convincingly took care of the Magpies and Mount Compass ran over the top of Myponga/Sellicks.

This week's match of the round is the clash between Yankalilla and McLaren. Thomas up forward will not boot nine goals this week, as Zohar will keep a close guard on him.

Goodieson, Ellis, Gill, Hopkins and Branson will need to be at their best to counter the hungry Tigers in Jack Fitzgerald and Clark.

Kiss Of Death - Yankalilla by 1 point.

Strathalbyn come home to lick their wounds and run into a shattered Willunga. Lee for Willunga and Simounds for Strath will be targets and Burdett, Miegle and Altus will get plenty of the ball.

Tucker for Strath is one of the most respected players in the competition and enjoys playing against the other red and white team in the comp. Another respected champion is Nathan Duffield, who keeps giving everything to the club he loves.

Kiss Of Death - Willunga by 14 points.

Victor Harbor host Mount Compass and there is a lot to like about the Dogs with Zimmermann, Pittaway and Ritter having a run forward. But Victor's youngsters in Wade, Stichl, Kleinig, Martin and Dowling are getting better every week. Bartram, McRostie, Arnold and Schubert are good leaders at the club.

Kiss Of Death - Mount Compass by 39 points.

Goolwa/Port Elliot will be hoping for their first win of the season, but it will not be on Saturday against the rampant Hawks. The duel between Sellar and Miles will be a beauty and same in the midfield between Daniel Fry and Dave Warren. O'Flaherty and Pope are two top kids at the Magpie nest. Jake Dominish for the Creek is playing well in 2020.

Kiss Of Death - Langhorne Creek by 67 points.

Myponga/Sellicks welcome Encounter Bay and if the Mudlarks can stop Horrocks, Karpany and Davis-Neale then their first win for the season may not be far away. Baldock and Bonnes were great for the Bays last week and Wade Hutchinson continues to be a terrific leader for the Mudlarks. Baillie rucking against Callum Tonkin will determine the match and the Bays will need a top defender to mind Kennedy.

Kiss Of Death - Myponga/Sellicks by 7 points.

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