After causing what can only be described as a boilover, West Wyalong has kept their faint hopes of reaching finals alive after a 32-12 win over Waratah Tigers at Ron Crowe Oval on Saturday.
The Mallee Men were dominant in the first half and with 14 minutes gone on the clock they were able to score the first points of the day through Tim Dore.
With 10 minutes passing since they hit the scoreboard, it was three in the space of nine minutes seeing the home side head into the halftime break up 22-0 thanks to two tries to Braiden Jones and one try to Travis Andrews.
The Waratahs needed to hit back quickly and did with Aistan Fidow crossing 60 seconds into the second half while a try to coach Kose Lelei 15 minutes later closed the gap to 22-12.
The Mallee Men refused to roll over and when Derryn Clayton crossed for his first of the day in the 60th minute and Dore scoring his second with 10 minutes remaining, West Wyalong walked away with an unlikely two points.
Mallee Men need the Black and Whites to lose their remaining games.