Wolves need to win to stay in finals contention
FOOTY: This weekend, teams on the edge of fourth and fifth in Toowoomba and Darling Downs footy competitions are in a must-win situation.
The Warwick Wolves are the perfect example.
With four of the six teams set to make the premier men's finals, Warwick is in third and in danger of missing the finals if they don't start winning each week and seeing other results go their way.
Warwick is home to bottom team West Wanderers at 3pm Sunday at Queens Park.
Last weekend, coach Mick Willmot was happy with the performance in a 1-0 Saturday night loss at home.
Warwick had the better of the play but just couldn't find that one final kick or header to score.
The Wolves have three wins in 11 games so far this season and West Wanderers have two wins.
Warwick hosts West Wanderers in the 1pm Sunday women's game at Queens Park.
MEN'S TABLE: USQ 41, Gatton 26, Willowburn 25, Rockville 21, Warwick 11, West Wanderers 6.
Wattles are away
THERE is nothing more certain about the Toowoomba Rugby League than the top two teams in fixtures.
Wattles and Valleys are at the top of the table with only one loss each and will meet on July 15 at Platz Oval.
If Wattles can beat Brothers on Sunday at Glenholme Park, they will then have to beat Valleys next weekend to take a giant step towards the minor premiership.
Last weekend, Wattles only got home through a Travis Burns try and Matt Duggan field goal and coach Burns will be hoping for a more comfortable win against the 10th placed Brothers.
A-GRADE: Valleys 22, Wattles 22, Dalby 18, Highfields 16, Warwick 16, Gatton 10, Oakey 10, Pittsworth 8, Goondiwindi 4, Brothers 4, Souths 0.