SEAFORTH coach Ash Mathieson insists revenge isn’t on his mind when his team take on Manly Allambie this Sunday.
The two squads played each other last weekend at Millers Reserve, with the hosts winning a thriller 5-3.
Mathieson isn’t the type of man to stew on results, focusing on the next game as soon as possible.
“Good luck to them (Manly Allambie), they took their chances in what was an evenly matched game,” he said.
“I thought when we went 3-2 up we had it in the bag, but it wasn’t to be.
“It is a long season, 21 rounds before semis, so I’m not worried yet.
“At home we will look to take the game to them.”
Elsewhere, Manly Vale play Wakehurst and Beacon Hill entertain Brookvale.
Forest Killarney have the weekend off with Avalon playing in the quarter-finals of the State Cup.
Hannah Bromley’s ladies do battle with the Reds on Tuesday night at Melwood Oval.