Reigning SWFL women’s premiers South Bunbury can solidify their flag favouritism with a strong showing against the Harvey Bulls on Sunday at Hands Oval. However the Bulls, who are building nicely once again under coach Adrian Kirk, will be anything but easybeats. Both sides last met in the 2019 second semi-final, which was played in atrocious conditions at Glen Huon Reserve. South, entering the game as unbeaten red-hot favourites, lived up to their top billing with a classy display against the Bulls, who lacked a cutting edge up forward. Such was the Tigers’ defensive dominance, the Bulls were held scoreless for three quarters — something which Kirk will not want to happen again. In order for the visitors to beat the Tigers, they are going to have to capitalise on every single forward entry, as South do not give away anything easy. On Saturday, an intriguing match up looms at Glen Huon Reserve as Donnybrook face off against the Eaton Boomers. The match is important, particularly for the Dons, as they are very much alive in the finals race following their 62-point win over Carey Park last Saturday. Should Dana East and Fleur Parker replicate their early season form, it could be a challenging four quarters for the hard-working Boomers defensive unit. It is also a massive day for Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault, who will lock horns with Busselton under lights following the league game. With three games remaining, coupled by the Dons nipping at their heels in sixth spot, the Lions will not want to drop this game against the fourth-placed Pies, as it could be the difference between playing and missing the finals, given their run home.