HARBORD Seasiders United won’t have a better chance to break their season duck than this Sunday afternoon versus Brookvale.
It will be played at Allan Border Oval, and HSU midfielder Alex McGrath is forecasting an upset.
“Brookie have also had a tough season,” she said.
“Our spirits are still high, we have five games to go (including this weekend) and we want to win before the season is out.
“We are in a good position to get it done.”
Elsewhere, Beacon Hill can take over the competition lead if they beat Manly Vale at Beacon Hill Oval, Wakehurst play Forest Killarney at Narrabeen Sports High and Seaforth host Larry Bates’ Avalon.