The match may not have any ramifications on the top five, and both teams will finish the season after Sunday’s clash, but there is a bit still to play out when Eaton and Dunsborough meet on Sunday afternoon at Glen Huon Reserve.
The round twenty two fixture will see bottom of the ladder Eaton play ninth placed Dunsborough, with Eaton looking to inflict revenge on Dunsborough after the Sharks won the round eleven encounter with David Mundy in front of 1300 fans.
If Eaton were to win on Sunday, there is a possibility they could get off the bottom of the table at the expense of Collie, who play Busselton on Saturday evening. A Dunsborough victory will ensure Eaton finish on the bottom, while the debutants of the League competition would finish with four wins and a draw in 2023.
The Boomers have added incentive to win on Sunday, with Karl Collard playing his 100th game for the Eaton side.
The match commences at 2.10pm.
Colts 10.15am, Reserves, 12.10pm, League 2.10pm
Coverage: Quarterly Score updates on SWFL Facebook Page.