The Blumers Lawyers Katrina Fanning Shield returns for yet another huge weekend of matchups, headlined by the top four clash between the Yass Magpies and the Queanbeyan Blues.
Queanbeyan Blues vs Yass Magpies, Seiffert Oval, Saturday 4th June, 12pm
The first placed Magpies will travel to Queanbeyan to take on the Blues, hoping to keep their undefeated 2022 season alive.
Yass have been the standout side in the competition with four wins already this year coming into round six.
Their all round performances have been made abundantly clear through their for and against statistics, with the Magpies amassing a total of 154 points and only conceding 18.
Their opponents, the Blues, currently sit in third position and are coming off the back of a close four-point loss against Goulburn City last Saturday.
Queanbeyan have had a disruptive season so far with consecutive wins in rounds one and two which were followed by a fortnight off before their clash with the Bulldogs.
There is a lot on the line for both sides in this match which should bring out some top notch quality performances.
Boomanulla Raiders vs Harden Worhawks, Boomanulla Oval, Saturday 4th June, 1.10pm
The Boomanulla Raiders will host the Worhawks in an important game as both teams search for their first win of the season.
The Raiders have struggled to gain momentum in attack, scoring just six points in their only two performances. However the season is still young and there is plenty of time for Boomanulla to get their 2022 campaign underway.
For Harden, they are coming off the back of a tough 14-8 loss to the UC Stars in round five.
The Worhawks have shown improvement since the start of the year recording two tries in each of their past couple of games after scoring no points in rounds one and two.
This is an incredibly crucial match for either side, as a win could be vital for a push up the competition ladder.
Goulburn City Bulldogs vs Tuggeranong Bushrangers, Workers Arena, Sunday 5th June, 10.40am
Round six brings us an intriguing clash between fourth-placed Goulburn and seventh-placed Tuggeranong.
The Bulldogs are coming off the back of a gritty 16-12 victory over the Queanbeyan Blues, where the side proved they belong in the top four.
Goulburn have only played three games this season and recorded two wins, but both of their triumphs have been against teams who find themselves in the top three.
The same can’t be said for Tuggeranong who recorded their first win of the season in their last game back in round four where they defeated the UC Stars 32-0 at Greenway Oval.
Although their season started with losses to the Rams and Magpies, there’s a lot of hope that the Bushrangers could become a serious threat come finals time if they find some consistency.
Woden Valley Rams vs UC Stars - Match Abandoned
This match has resulted in a forfeit and will not be played.