Three matches under Friday night lights

May 10, 2024 BY

THERE will be three matches played under lights in Friday night’s start to round six in the Champions IGA-backed CVFL senior women’s footy competition.

Sandhurst will mark its first match on Bendigo’s iconic Queen Elizabeth Oval when it plays Bendigo Thunder from 7pm at the View Street ground.

The Andrew Saladino-coached Sandhurst will be fired up after a 109-point at Woorinen last round.

Bendigo Thunder gained the points without taking to the field last Sunday as White Hills forfeited the contest.

Huge match for Sandhurst and Bendigo Thunder who are fifth and fourth on the ladder.

The Mick McInnes-coached Thunder has a win-loss tally of 3-2, and the Dragons are 2-2.

Unbeaten in its pursuit of a premiership hat-trick, the Jordan Cochrane-coached Castlemaine will be on home turf at Camp Reserve to play North Bendigo from 7.30pm.

A formidable Castlemaine attack includes Eloise Gretgrix, Tiahna Cochrane, Aisling Tupper and Brianna Burt.

Massive test for the Ross Egleton-coached North Bendigo which had the bye last round.

Eaglehawk and Marong will play at Eaglehawk’s Canterbury Park from 7pm.

The Hawks and Panthers were well beaten in last Friday night’s play against Castlemaine and Golden Square respectively.

A Two Blues team jointly coached by Molly Metcalf and Geoff West should take the points against one of three newcomers to the league.

Finale to the round is Sunday’s match between the Winslow White Hills Demons against Golden Square at Winslow Constructors Oval in Scott Street, White Hills from 1pm.

Woorinen has the bye.