JIMBOOMBA Redbacks' women's team kept Burleigh scoreless in wet conditions as they continued their good form in the QFAW Division 2 on the weekend.
The hosts piled on the points to win 7.6 (48) to 0.0 (0) in rainy conditions at Glenlogan Park, as they continued their dominance of the competition. The Redbacks are yet to concede a point in 2021.
Jayd Motum booted two goals for the Redbacks, while Aliesha Alford, Marni Balmforth, Lauren Proctor, Rosanna Vidoni and Larni Milne each kicked one.
The Redbacks travel to Surfers Paradise for a top-of-the-table clash this weekend.
A couple of injuries will make an already tough contest even harder for the side, coach Steve Alford said.
Half-forward flank Chloe Martin will miss about a month with ankle ligament damage from last week's match.
Martin kicked three majors in the first round.
"She's a difficult player to cover, as she is a gun," Alford said.
Winger Nicole Keen will also miss the clash. Keen was due to take her place in the side after recovering from a thumb injury, but broke a finger at training.
"It wlll not be our best 22, but we will have 22 there," Alford said of the Surfers Paradise match.
"There are a couple out, but not too many."
The men's team went down by 10 points to Zillmere, after letting a first-half lead slip.
The Redbacks led by two goals at the main break, but were run down in the second half to lose 7.9 (51) to 6.5 (41).
Julian Mandahl kicked three goals. Tim Martin, Josh Alford and Ben Smith joined him on the scoresheet.
The men will take on Morningside Panthers in the QFA Division 3 competition on Friday night.
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