The Waratah Tigers will be looking to maintain their two-point advantage at the top of the table when they make the short trip out to Wade Park to take on Yenda on Sunday afternoon.
The Waratahs are sitting just ahead of West Wyalong and Yanco-Wamoon who are locked in a close battle the second chance when finals roll around in mid-August.
The Yenda side has endured a tough season in 2019 which has seen the 2018 minor premiers fall to eighth position and are all but out of finals contention as they are sitting 10 points behind the fifth-placed Darlington Point Coleambally side with five games remaining.
IN the meeting between the Waratahs and the Blueheelers at Exies Oval in was the home side who were able to take a massive 48-8 win in the grand final rematch.
The first-grade clash between the two sides at opposing ends of the ladder will get underway at around 3pm on Sunday.
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