North East host Melb Uni in Wang and we have to go way back to March to get form on the matchups. Last time, the Black Angels recorded a comfortable win at Tin Alley with Melanie Fidler and Lauren Bellegante leading the charge while Rachel Jeffrey played all 40 on court for North East. If the Bushrangers can turn the tables with a home shed result, head to head might be important in the last round of the season.
Pakenham takes on North East at home on Sunday to try and create some form and turn around its three-game slump. Josh Bjelan (16.36PPG), Ben Gaze (13.29PPG) and Hayden Davey (12.14PPG, 9.14RPG) have all flown the flag this season while Ash Szalek (7 points, 4.5 RPG) may need to dust off the headband for an end-of-season tilt.
North East has the double-header as well, hosting Camberwell on Saturday night before heading to Pakenham as the search for the first win continues. Liam Wright (18.19 PPG) and Richard Townsend-Gant (16.69PPG) have been gallant for the Bushrangers that said.