All of the action is at Berri`s Glassey Park this weekend.
Firstly on Friday night Loxton, the ladder leader in both A grade competitions take on Waikerie in both A grade matches, the women`s game at 7pm and men`s at 8-30.
Loxton should win both on form although in the men`s clash we are all looking to the Waikerie side to unleash a late surge like the one that took it to a pennant in 2012.
In the women`s grade Loxton has been playing impressively with Billie Jo Hammerstein, Tara Allister and Steph Baird tormenting all of the defences they encounter and defenders Tracey Townsend and Louise Smith a real obstacle for the opposition. It will take huge efforts from players like Carlye Waye, Miriam Kroehn and Ashleigh Baker to get Waikerie into the contest.
The top of the table men`s clash should be much closer but Loxton looks the winner in a Tim Pannell, Karl Hennig, Ryan Hentschke, Steven Trezise, Sean Burgess versus Rowan Hope, Jason Redemski, Mark and Brenton Kroehn and Ryan Edwards shoot out.
On Saturday the Renmark-Berri women`s game is at 5pm and men`s at 6-30.
The women`s match  is a danger game for Renmark after Berri`s impressive showing last time out against Waikerie when juniors Kira McMahon, Charlotte Dominic, Ada Walladge, Renae Bayliss and Tori Martin gave terrific support the their experienced team mates like Kris Weir, Emma Burge and Jen Kiel.
In fact I am tempted to tip an upset but won`t realising that in Bec Keynes, Sally Giles, Danielle Weeks Renmark also has some super talented youngsters to assist them to a  win.
In the men`s clash Renmark should take the points comfortably agency of Brett Stokes, Callum Benda, Aden Shaw, Martin Tucker and Lincoln Matulin and co.
Unable to muster a side last week Berri ,if it has all of its seniors on board to play alongside up and coming juniors like Brady Martin, Dylan Couzner and Ashley Roberts, are capable of being extremely competitive however.