SEAFORTH coach Mitchell Paterson expects a big reaction from his players this Sunday afternoon versus Forest Killarney.
The girls from Melwood Oval have dusted Seaforth twice in 2017 in the league, a stat Paterson isn’t happy about.
“Everything is set up for us to get out there and win,” he said.
“We are at home (Seaforth Oval) and Forest are three points ahead of us in fourth.
“Last weekend we weren’t too bad against Beacon Hill, we can take a few positives from that game and look to build on them.”
Other games see HSU tackle league leaders Manly Vale, Avalon host Brookvale and Beacon Hill do battle with Wakehurst.