Dunsborough will host near neighbours, Augusta Margaret River at the Dunsborough Playing Fields on Sunday afternoon, in what is sure to be a new rivalry in the South West Football League.
Dunsborough Captain, Max Paterson who played 116 games for the Hawks is the link between the two teams, both who have been decimated by injury, with Dunsborough having just six players who have played every League game this season, while the Hawks have had as many as ten League players out of the team with injury.
The Sharks although undermanned have lost to Harvey Bulls by 10 points and Carey Park by six points, while three weeks ago they drew with Bunbury. The Hawks have lost to Bunbury by 16 points, by 30 points to Harvey Brunswick Leschenault with their last win against Collie Eagles by 33 points in round six.
The Hawks as a result of their round nine loss to Bunbury have dropped out of the five, while the Sharks have been highly competitive without the results to show for it.
The Sharks will need to watch Simon Moore closely, with the two times Hayward Medalist outstanding again this season. Apart from Paterson, Mack Candy, Pat McGinnity and Chris White have been playing great football for the Sharks and will look forward to the challenge against last years premiers.
Colts 10.15am, Reserves 12.10pm, League 2.10pm
Coverage: Quarterly Score on SWFL Facebook Page.