BENDIGO Thunder's round nine Victorian Women's Football League clash against Eastern Devils has been moved to Harry Trott Oval this Sunday.
The game was initially scheduled at Dower Park, where the surface will be rested.
The ladder-leading Thunder are chasing a ninth consecutive win to start the 2016 Premier Division season.
Melbourne University sits three wins behind the Thunder on second place on the ladder, with the Devils in fifth position with a 2-6 record.
The Thunder defeated the Devils by 62 points in their most recent meeting in Mulgrave on May 29.
Tall forwards Hayley Trevean and Erin Ross both kicked three goals on that occasion, while skipper Emma Grant booted two to be in the best players alongside best afield Elise Strachan.
The Thunder continued on their merry way last week with a 66 point win over the St Kilda Sharks.
Rising star Isabella Ayre led the Thunder charge with six goals, giving her 15 goals in three appearances for Bendigo this season.
Thunder president Bryan Coghlan thanked South Bendigo Football Netball Club committee, led by president Rick Townsend, for supporting women's football and accommodating the switch in venue.
Sunday's game starts at noon.
VWFL Premier Division ladder: Bendigo Thunder 8-0 (339.51 percentage); Melbourne University 5-3 (111.03); Port Melbourne Colts 4-4 (143.03); Deer Park 4-4 (126.88); Eastern Devils 2-6 (29.16); St Kilda Sharks 1-7 (33.74).