After a general bye during the WA Day long weekend, South Bunbury will look to return with a vengeance after having three weeks off when they go up against old rivals Bunbury. The Tigers have their first SWNFL match since their 51-36 victory over Carey Park in round seven when they line up against Bunbury on Saturday at the South West Sports Centre. It comes after South Bunbury, who sit in fifth place on the ladder with a 1-4 record, had byes for rounds eight and nine, followed by round 10’s general bye. Bunbury will be looking to bounce back from a tough 58-33 loss to Eaton Boomers from round nine and continue building a case for finals contention. The Bulldogs sit in fourth place on the ladder with 2-3-1 record. Meanwhile, Carey Park will have a tough challenge ahead of them as they continue to chase their first win of the season, hosting Busselton at the South West Sports Centre. The Panthers sit in sixth place on the ladder with a 0-7 record after falling short to Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault by seven goals during round nine. On the other hand, Busselton, who sit atop the ladder with a 6-1 record, will be returning after having two weeks off following their streak-ending loss to the Lions back in round eight. Elsewhere, reigning premiers Eaton Boomers will be facing off against Lions at Eaton Recreation Centre on Sunday. The Boomers, who sit in third place on the ladder with a 4-2 record, will be looking to extend their winning streak to a fifth win. On the other hand, the second placed Lions (5-1-1) will be looking for their sixth win of the season.