Most definitely the stand out game will be the clash between the visiting Roos side against the Kats.
The Kats winning away from home and the Roos with a surprise loss at home. I reckon the other games are all very predictable though, with the home sides winning all of the remaining tussles.

KARDINYA v WANNEROO

KARDINYA
R Knapp, J Rochford, G Sweetman, W Lee
S Vinci, T Cocodis, L Philips, S Ivory
G Eades, I Barrie, C Booth, G Knight
G Fewings, K Stower, W Bezant, J Terrell
IN: G Eades, W Bezant
OUT: D Flintoff, A Regan

WANNEROO
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I am not privy to the teams for this important clash, but I suspect the visitors will make some changes to last weeks losing sixteen, maybe Humphreyson skipping.
The Roos with three very competitive rinks, but the Ward foursome not coping too well.
The Kats are very hard to beat on their covered synthetic, and they galvanise well as a sixteen, so I predict they will inflict a little more pain on the visitors.
Kardinya. 7-1

MOSMAN PARK v STIRLING

MOSMAN PARK
C Hoffman, T Cranswick,     D Adams, M Van Bremmel
C McKenna, P Daley, K Manton, P Collins
L Beurteaux, G Hagan, C Edson,     M Barrett
G Wishart, A Gryta, P Fair,     M Robertson
IN: P Walker
OUT: G Hagan

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This game will be a " walk in the park " for the home side, and they will go further ahead on the table I believe.
Don't be surprised if it is not a massacre up on the picturesque fortress of the Mossies. The home side with the top three skips on the table, but the Marovic four from the Wolves just may salvage a point for the visitors.
Walker is missing, but he had a handy replacement in Beurteaux.
Mosman. Park. 7-1

NORTH BEACH 1 v ARMADALE

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This game will be another one sided contest, as the Blues are certainly starting to flex their muscles. A great away win last week will give them even more confidences than they possess now. The positional changes and promotions have worked well so far for the home side.
The Storm are fairly innocuous at the moment, and they just don't appear to have the firepower to challenge the Blues.
North Beach1. 8-0

SPEARWOOD v OSBORNE PARK

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Both of these sides won last week, with the Saints winning away from home, and also getting some valuable experience on synthetic.
But the greens at Spearwood are fairly different to those at Stirling, so the Saints just might struggle this week. This will enable the home side to go further ahead in the battle to keep away from the demotion zone.
Spearwood. 6-2

WARWICK v NORTH BEACH 2

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The second Blues side started off the season in a blaze of glory, but they have lost their way lately, and are in a real fight to keep off the bottom of the table.
Whilst the home side have generally done very well in their first tilt at One White, and surprised most pundits in the process.
I cannot see the visitors putting up much of a fight here, so I predict a whitewash to the home side.
Warwick. 8-0