South Coast Flame will host Parramatta FC this Saturday at Ian McLennan Park.
After going down at the weekend to Nepean FC, the side will be looking to put right a recent barren run.
Flame will also be hoping to avenge themselves after the side’s round five encounter going down 1-0.
The Eagles currently sit in fourth having won their two previous matches.
The side has also been full of goals with 32 so far this season which is the fourth highest in the competition.
After losing four games in a row, the Flame need a response this weekend, but it won’t be easy against the high-flying Eagles.
Flame will be looking for some of their experienced players this week to lead the way.
The under-20s will take on Parramatta who sit in eighth this weekend.
With just one win in their past four matches, Flame will look to compound this poor run of form for Parramatta.
Having gone down 4-1 last weekend, South Coast will be looking for an improved result on Saturday.
South Coast Flame v Parramatta FC @ Ian McLennan Park
Saturday 19 June – 4.30pm and 6.30pm respectively.
The Women’s side host Kiama this Friday night at Ian McLennan Park after an entertaining 3-3 draw against Thirroul last time around.
Brooke Love continued her fine goalscoring form this season getting on the scoresheet.
However, it was a goal in the final three minutes of the match for the Thunderbirds that saw the points shared.
Flame’s opponents this weekend Kiama sit in third position picking up an emphatic 5-1 win last weekend.
Natalie Henderson is having another prolific season for the Quarriers and is the side’s top scorer.
South Coast will have a challenging fixture this weekend, but the unlucky draw last round will spur the side on this weekend.
South Coast Flame v Kiama Quarriers @ Ian McLennan Park
Friday 18 June – 7.30 pm