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Limestone Coast women’s football will be in action at the home of the Kongorong Sportsman’s Club this Sunday with the high-stakes preliminary final to take centre stage

In a “rip snorter” of a battle Kybybolite will face Mundulla in a battle to meet South Gambier in the 2022 grand final.

Only one of the 2019 grand final contestants can survive after what shapes up to be four unmissable quarters of football.

Kyby are coming of a loss to the league leaders, while Mundulla are coming off a confidence-boosting win last week.

If their previous battle was anything to go by, a classic can be anticipated.

Only five points was the difference with Kybybolite emerging on top by five points despite failing to capitalise its chances.

Physical presence will be the key for Kyby while the runners are Mundulla’s essence.

Kyby will still be without Annabel Mould due to an injury but will still have the leading goal kicker in Sophie Henschke, who kicked three pivotal goals last time she met Mundulla, while Tyler Atkinson and Dellie Brown will also be ones to watch.

For Mundulla Casey McElroy, Zoe Hawker, Kaylene Nuske and Kellsie Hinge are in the mix, while Dana Kock kicked a hat-trick against Kybybolite in round 5.

Both teams have had a standout and it will be interesting and mind boggling to see what eventuates.

The Kongorong Hawks will take on the North Gambier Tigers at home in a titanic battle to so who will take on Casterton Sandford in the group B grand final.

In the home and away rounds both sides have had their ups and down with unavailability, isolation and injury and should go into this week with a full squad to pick from.

For the Hawks to progress to the grand final they will need to play their style of football and get it out into the space and let their runners carry the ball and maintain it for the four quarters.

North likes to play a similar style of football as the Hawks so it will be interesting to see what could happen.

Both midfields are quite well adapted and it will be won on which side settles their nerves and puts the points on the board.

Players to look out for the Hawks are Evie Sealey, Stevie Collins, Jade Longbottom, Sarah Lucas and Janita Galloway, while for the Tigers Lorelle Walker, Chloe Perryman, Eadie Mustart and Dana Jones will be amongst the action.

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