SA Super League November 13th – SA Super League stays on the road
The SA Super League will remain on the road once again tomorrow night for round five action, with matches being played across four different venues.
Fresh from their first loss of the season last week, the Northern Knights will tackle the Eastern Raiders at Salisbury in the round five MATCH OF THE ROUND.
The Knights’ depth will be tested in the absence of four first-choice players, including Nathan Pedersen and Luke Pietersma.
The Raiders will be bolstered by the return of Michael Lodge and Craig Goldfinch to their line-up.
The Central Chargers will be looking to bounce back from last week’s loss to the Western Rogues when they do battle with the Southern Blazers at West Lakes.
The Chargers have shuffled their league side around, with Ben Bowman stepping up to play singles, while Mark Haines will skipper the triples.
The Blazers head into the clash unchanged as they look for a win on the road.
The Heysen Comets will host the Mallee Pirates at Adelaide, with the latter full of confidence following an upset win over the Northern Knights in round four.
Andrew Peters comes in for the Comets, who are still looking for their first win of the season.
Pirates’ coach John Morris has kept the same line-up this week as his side looks to score its second win in a row.
The third-placed Western Rogues will take on the South Eastern Spartans at Marion.
Ben Fidock comes into the Spartans’ line-up for his first league game of the season.
Gabe Nardecchia has been rewarded for strong form in the reserves with the chance to step up and play singles in the league side for the Rogues this week due to Simon Geater-Johnson being unavailable.
Once again plenty of strong regional and metropolitan talent will be on display in the four reserves and under 21 matches this week as teams look to breakaway in the overall standings in what has been two very tightly contested competitions so far.
For full round five SA Super League, reserves and under 21 competition player selections, please click: https://www.bowlssa.com.au/player-selection/
For results and ladders, please click: https://www.bowlssa.com.au/results/
For those unable to attend this Friday night’s matches, we will be live streaming our match of the round, which this week is the clash between the Northern Knights and the Eastern Raiders at Salisbury, via our Facebook page.
The first bowl of that match will be rolled from 5.30pm, with play concluding around 10.30pm.
All Super League matches will return to the Salisbury Bowling Club next Friday night for round six action.
You can show your true colours and support your favourite team by ordering some of SportsCentre’s Merchandise here: https://www.bowlssa.com.au/merchandise/
Don’t forget to tune into Channel 44 at 5pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays EVERY WEEK to watch SA Super League action, with a replay of all three episodes combined to be played at 10am on Saturdays.
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