While Carisbrook’s first place position on the ladder has been locked down for weeks, Harcourt has lingered in and out of the top four with little chance to get back up there this weekend.
Carisbrook is sitting on top of the ladder with an outstanding percentage and will stay there heading into finals with no worries at all.
Harcourt is likely to lock in fifth position, just missing out on a second chance in finals, due to a final home and away match with the reigning premiers combined with Lexton in fourth place likely to win over Maryborough Rovers, further tightening its grip.
The last time these two sides met in round four, Carisbrook was far too good and won by 32 points. During the round four clash Ash Munari kicked nine goals and was the only multiple goal scorer for Carisbrook.
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