GNFLW Round 8 Preview: Ladder leaders Chapman Valley looking to continue perfect start to the season

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Brigades' Jessica Giudice-Nairn tries to evade Railways' Gaby Cable.
Camera IconBrigades' Jessica Giudice-Nairn tries to evade Railways' Gaby Cable. Credit: Barry Mitchell/Snapaction/RegionalHUB

As we approach the halfway mark of the season, the GNFLW continues this weekend with round eight of the competition on Saturday afternoon.

At Mazzuchelli Oval, top-of-the-ladder Chapman Valley face Mullewa.

The Royals are looking for their seventh consecutive win while the Saints could move up to fourth with a victory.

Up in Northampton, the Rams take on third-placed Towns at Purcher International Oval.

Brigades — fresh off their first win of the season — play bottom-of-the-ladder Rovers at GBSC Sports Park.

In reserves action, cellar dwellers Chapman Valley are up against fifth-placed Mullewa at noon.

And rwo sides at opposite ends of the ladder will battle it out as Northampton face Towns.

Finally, it’s third v fourth as Rovers take on Brigades at GBSC Sports Park.

Railways have a bye for round eight.

On Saturday morning it’s the battle of the bottom as Chapman Valley colts take on Mullewa.

While Northampton colts take on Towns, a win for the Bulldogs could have them leapfrog the Rams.

At the top of the ladder, Rovers colts face Brigades with just four points separating the sides.

Railways colts have a bye for round eight.

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