Robbie Mackinlay’s Hume Football League report, May 17, 2017

HEATING UP: Hume League, round six, will be a tight show.

HEATING UP: Hume League, round six, will be a tight show.

THIS Saturday will see return to club football with round six having several mouth-watering contests on offer in the seasons most anticipated round.

Top of the ladder Jindera are at home to defending premiers Brock Burrum Saints who had their first loss in round five against Osborne.

Howlong who are also unbeaten in 2017 take on Murray Magpies in what should be a beauty, with Magpies form line on the improve.

The third unbeaten team in the competition Osborne will be at home to fierce rivals and near neighbours Henty who are in good form after three straight wins.

Holbrook and Billabong Crows will both be looking for their first win for the season. Both sides despite being winless have been in all matches this year.

Culcairn will be at home to old Farrer foes Lockhart, who are yet to post a victory. The Lions who are in fifth place will be a form favourite to record another win.

Rand Walbundrie Wallawill be keen to stay in the finals hunt with a win over CDHBU, who despite no wins, are pushing most sides.

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