Almost all of the Launceston sides in the Greater Northern League will have a weekend at St Leonards as play continues on Saturday. Both of Queechy Penguins' teams, Launceston City's men and Tamar Churinga's women are at the Northern Hockey Centre, while South Launceston's men hit the road to face South Burnie. Two of those teams, Tamar Churinga and Queechy's women, will play each other, facing off under lights at 5.30pm. They played each other in round one, which Queechy won 7-0 as Isabella McRobbie scored three, but the Lions have won two matches since then, including their most recent match on May 27. However, the State Club Cup finalists could be too big of a mountain for Tamar Churinga to climb as their return season continues. In the other GNLW matches, top-four sides West Devonport and City Marians could go one step closer to locking in their finals berths. Both teams are away from home as West Devonport take on fifth-placed South Burnie and City Marians face seventh-placed Smithton. South Burnie showed last week that they aren't afraid of an upset, getting the better of an under-strength Marians in a big positive for the young group. West will be looking to get back on the winners' list after two losses. Marians and Smithton also met in round one with a 7-0 win to the Burnie side as Zayna Jackson scored four, while Smithton picked up their first win of the season two games ago. The top-four men's sides have the chance to assert their dominance on the competition, all facing teams in the bottom half. Queechy Penguins' match against Smithton looks to potentially be the closest as the second-placed side hosts the fifth-placed Saints. However, the Penguins were dominant with a 6-0 win in their earlier match-up as Smithton are aiming to come back from a tough loss to South Launceston last week. The other Northern Hockey Centre match pits Launceston City against West Devonport. The Dragons caused a major upset last time they met, winning 3-1 to end City's unbeaten run and claim their second victory of the season. Launceston are yet to win since then, making Saturday's clash a key one to get momentum back on their side. After entering the top four last week, a win could have Burnie Baptist entrenched in the finals picture as they face City Marians. Baptist have won four out of their last six, with a draw against Tamar Churinga and heavy loss to South Launceston their only blemishes. Marians picked up their sole win of the season so far in their last contest, which was almost a month ago due to State Club Cup, the June Long Weekend Regional Challenge and last week's bye. South Launceston hit the Bass Highway to face South Burnie, who the Suns recorded their biggest win of the season against. Their dangerous attack scored 13 goals as Kurt Budgeon (five) and Brad Buchanan (three) led the way, while South Burnie got back on the winners' list last weekend for the first time since round two and will hope to be more competitive than their previous match-up.