Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault coach John Baggetta is keen for his men to go about their business as usual against the Collie Eagles on Saturday at the Collie Recreation Ground. Both sides enter the clash unbeaten and the opportunity to secure a top-two finish will be very real for the side which pockets the four premiership points. But the Lions players will need to be at their best against the Eagles — and not just because there is a game of football up for grabs. “We had young Reid Kinninmont play on the wing last weekend,” Baggetta said. “Liam Shepherd played a few games for us last year and he is knocking on the door. We also have a kid up from the Peel region named Jayden Evans, who has been best on ground every week in the colts. “So he is one who could be looked at (in the league side) as he is also a big kid. We have a few down there battling away in the reserves as well, so we will see week to week in terms of how it all unfolds.” At Gloucester Park, Augusta-Margaret River’s hopes of playing finals will take a massive hit if they are unable to beat Donnybrook. After falling to 0-2, the Hawks showed great resilience to shake off a determined Harvey Bulls side on Saturday, who looked almost certain to record a famous win. But the Dons, who comprehensively outplayed the Hawks during last season’s elimination final, will feel confident of getting the job done, as they have not lost to the Hawks since round two, 2018. Something will have to give at Kelly Park between Carey Park and the Harvey Bulls, as both sides have yet to win this season. The Bulls will be keen to reverse last season’s corresponding clash against the Panthers, with a late Riese Wilkey goal sinking their chances of a prized away scalp.