by 10 goals plus.
Ramblers secured another finals campaign with a strong finish over the Blues, and Cougars assured their finals spot with a big win over Lock, with the Roos enduring another long season.
Both sides will be keen to get one up in this game given their likely match up in the knock out first semi final, and for Cougars in particular, they will be keen to get some confidence going in to that game.
United Yeelanna host Lock at the Kooplex in what looms as a David versus Goliath contest.
In this week's match of the round, arch rivals Ramblers and Cougars go head to head at the Cummins oval in what looks a certain prelude to this year's first semi final.
United Yeelanna v Lock, Karkoo
THE make of the final four became official after last White Converse High Tops Leather week's games, with Tumby Bay's season now effectively over, and Eyre United have all but stitched up the double chance after knocking off the previously undefeated United Yeelanna.
Cougars have most certainly exceeded most expectations this year, and the development of some of their younger tier players in Dylan Wandner, Lochie Converse Blue Black
Liam O'Dea has been back in some good form in recent weeks, Brad Hazelgrove is their go to man, and Craig Meaney bobbed up to boot a season high seven goals last week, so he will be one player the Magpies defence will need to pay close attention to.
Lock playing coach Shane Cooke made a successful return to the game last week by booting four goals and was named as his side's best player, and Ethan Tiller continued his fine run of form, while the likes of Britza, Morton and Kelly have all made solid contributions.
They will face a tough battle against an Eagles side on the rebound and some key inclusions coupled with the good form of Xavier Watson, Bryce Breed, Ricky Skinner and ruckman Ben Jamieson.
The form line is a little hard to gauge, but Ramblers look to have the edge in class and will get up by a couple of goals in a tight one.
THE make of the final four became official after last week's games, with Tumby Bay's season now effectively over, and Eyre United have all but stitched up the double chance after knocking off the previously undefeated United Yeelanna.
They will come up against a sound opposition though and one that has nothing to lose and will look at this game to salvage something out of a disappointing season.
They are a very good side and last week's loss may not hurt them in the long run, which could be the catalyst that sparks them in to another gear leading in to a finals series that promises them so much.
Paech and Brady Tosold has been outstanding with Wandner and Paech in particular becoming quality players in the competition.
They were nothing short of impressive last week in knocking off United Yeelanna, and the way they were able to claw their way back in to the contest after conceding a big lead in the third quarter is testament to the solid, confident team football that coach Zac Christian has them playing.
They simply look too good for Lock and back on their home deck they will win comfortably Converse High Tops
Ramblers v Cougars, Cummins
Joel Kay back from state country duties that will strengthen them greatly, and coming off a loss, you would expect them to be up and about, which spells some trouble for the Roos.
They will welcome back some key personnel this week, most noticeably Casey Carr and Black Leather Converse High Tops Amazon
Tysan Mickan has shored up their defence since returning and Billy Pilgrim is an underrated player who has had a consistent season.
Ramblers' midfield was red hot late last week, with the likes of George Pedler and Scott Blacker, who just never waste the ball by hand or foot, Rob Shirley and Matt Keatley who are genuine quality, and the often forgotten but equally important Shawn Fitzgerald, who is an important player to the line up.
Eyre United ended United Yeelanna's dream of an undefeated premiership last week, but one senses that coach Ian Proctor would not be entirely disappointed that his charges have received a late season wake up call.
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Ramblers' best is certainly very good and they simply cannot be underestimated come finals time, but their depth can be tested at times. However key forwards Simon Pedler, Hayden Parker and a possible late season inclusion of Julian Wait will add to their depth and give their forward line a potent look.
Their biggest issue all season has been their ability to apply enough scoreboard pressure to opposition sides, and you'd expect some key forwards would be high on their wish list for next season.
Great Flinders match of the round at Cummins
The Magpies produced a barnstorming finish against the Blues last week where their big guns simply ran amok, while Cougars had an impressive win against Lock, which sees both sides go in to this game in good form.
Tumby Bay v Eyre United, Tumby Bay
This is the last of this season's local "derby". The Saints have certainly had the Blues' measure all year, and will once again go in to this contest as red hot favourites given their outstanding recent form.
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