The Riverina Rhinos enjoyed a strong final road trip for the regular season with three of the youth sides picking up wins against Gungahlin United in the National Premier League competition.
The under 13s were able to maintain their spot inside the top two after a narrow win over the Gungahlin side.
Blake Sartor struck with six minutes remaining in the first half to see his side pick up the three points and stay just ahead of Belconnen United with three rounds remaining.
It's a similar story in the under 14s where the Rhinos have maintained their one-point hold of the second place just ahead of Canberra FC.
Pasquale Agresta and Mohammad Fayazi were able to find the back of the net for the Riverina side as they came away with a 2-0 win over Gungahlin.
A clinical first-half performance helped the under 16s side maintain their safehold over third position.
Frank Pirrottina found the back of the net twice while Mason Donadel and Filip Casella score one each as the Rhinos picked up a 4-2 victory.
The under 18s side weren't as fortunate as they fell to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Gungahlin side.
The home side took the lead in the seventh minute, and the scoreboard wasn't tested again until Josh Kennan brought the Rhinos level in the 78th minute.
The United side was able to retake the lead with just six minutes remaining and come away with the three points. It is a tight table in the under 18s with the fifth-placed Rhinos sitting only two points behind first-place Woden-Weston.
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