FOREST Killarney coach Glenn Wood wasn’t overly concerned despite losing 5-1 to Beacon Hill last round.
The ladder leaders were ruthless, but Wood found a few positives in the performance from his team.
“You have to keep things in perspective, Beacon Hill are a very good side and were too strong on the day,” he said.
“We are new to the competition, some days will be tough.
“Our girls are really looking forward to playing Wakehurst at home (Melwood Oval), a few players defected from there in the off-season, so it should have some spice.
“We will be close to full strength as well.”
Other games see HSU take on Brookvale, Seaforth host in form Avalon and Beacon Hill tackle Manly Vale.