PERTH travels to East Fremantle tomorrow to take on the bottom of the ladder Sharks in a battle of the cellar dwellers.
The second-last Demons are coming off a 75-point loss to Subiaco while the winless Sharks were thrashed by 145 points in their WA Day clash against South Fremantle in their last match.
The action starts at East Fremantle Oval from 8.25am with the colts, before the reserves take the field at 10.55am and the league stars take to the field at 1.40pm.
THE Perth Redbacks will look to improve on last weekend’s mixed results when its men’s and women’s teams take part in a double header against Stirling Senators at Warwick Stadium.
The Redbacks women’s team lost to Lakeside Lightning by 13 points last weekend, which made it four losses in a row.
They take on Senators tomorrow from 6pm, who are three places above the seventh-placed Redbacks.
The Redbacks men’s team had a positive result last weekend, beating the Lightning by 22 points.
Tomorrow night’s clash against the Senators, which starts at 8pm, will prove to be a more difficult game as Stirling is only two places below the fourth-placed Redbacks.