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Valleys Diehards v Wynnum Manly Redland City
Saturday 3pm
Emerson Park

The Diehards have shown a capacity to score points, but must aim up in defence if they are to register their first win of 2015. Valleys have conceded more than 30 in each of their three games to date and face a Wynnum Manly Redland City side fresh off an eight-point win over West Brisbane.

Valleys coach Pat O’Doherty has made an interesting backline shuffle, with Dan Murphy promoted to halfback and last week’s five-eighth Zach Lister moving to the wing. A late inclusion against the Panthers, centre Steve Elliott retains his place in the centres.

For WMRC, Jeriah Goodrich replaces Mitch Lollback in the number 1 jersey. Lollback, a try scoring prodigy for the Grafton Ghosts in 2014, will be missed after support play earned him a hat-trick last weekend.

Logan Brothers v Ipswich Jets
Saturday 3pm
Civic Park

The competition’s two best attacking sides face off in a top of the table blockbuster at Civic Park on Saturday afternoon.

Logan Brothers’ ball playing forward Leon Panapa is set to start in the backrow for the second week in a row. The former Easts Tiger is on the comeback trail from serious injury and aiming to regain an Intrust Super Cup berth with Souths Logan Magpies. Powerful centres Joey Richards and David Faamita are again trump cards for Brothers.

However, inclement weather could play a part in this one. Heavy rain is forecast in Brisbane which could hinder expansive ball movement. The Jets have proven tough to crack defensively and may have the edge if the match is confined to a battle up the middle.

Carina v Gaters
Saturday 5pm
Leo Williams Oval

** POSTPONED DUE TO WET WEATHER **

Rescheduled fixture to be held on May 16/17.  

Redcliffe Dolphins v Easts Tigers
Sunday 2pm
Burpengary

** POSTPONED DUE TO WET WEATHER **

Rescheduled fixture to be held on May 16/17.

West Brisbane Panthers v Normanby Hounds
Sunday 3pm
Purtell Park
Live Stream:
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The local derby takes on extra significance with West Brisbane Panthers hosting a gala day to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the West footy club.  West Brisbane chairman Peter Luckmann said the club has organised a full card of junior games plus off field activities at Purtell Park.

“It’s a rivalry.  With Wayne Treleaven (Normanby coach), a Wests club stalwart, been around for years, we share the facilities at different times of the year. We wish them well and it will be great weekend,” he said.

The winner of the BRL fixture receives the Craig Little Cup in honour of the former Wests player who passed away in 1990. Selection-wise, West Brisbane have named former Easts Tigers playmaker Liam Tyson in number seven. Meanwhile, the Hounds welcome back Rez Phillips at prop and Ollie Olds in the halves, with the latter returning after an ISC appearance for Souths Logan in Cairns last weekend.

*To read the full story with Peter Luckmann, head to: Local Derby to Celebrate 100 Years