A five-try haul to Sophie Bozic has helped Snows Excavations keep their hopes of taking top spot heading into the finals alive after a 9-2 win over S.J.R Industries on Monday night.
The Snows side made a strong start to the game with Bianca Sutton making a break up the middle before Johane Oberholzer made a long run down the wing to score in the corner and give her side a 2-0 lead.
Bozic then started her try-scoring for the night with two tries after creating holes out wide and sprinting through the holes created to make it 4-0.
S.J.R were able to get the gap back to two tries with Jeanette Codognotto scoring a double before Oberholzer and Maddison Casey crossed for the Snows' side to make it 6-2 at the break.
The try-scoring slowed in the second half however Bozic was able to score a second-half hat-trick to bring her total for the game to five as the Snows side came away with the seven-try win.
In the other top division, women's game Sisters came away with a 6-0 forfeit win over Tropeano Grape Harvesting.
It means that heading into the final round Luna Wild, who had the bye this week, are three points ahead of Snows while Sisters are three points further back in third.
Luna Wild and Sisters will face off next Monday while Snows take on Tropeano Grape Harvesting.
In the early men's top division game Mitch Cooper Plumbing was able to take a 10-5 win over Suman's Engineering
The Mitch Cooper side who are assured of their final finish and were able to get the first try of the match before Suman's hit back quickly with Brad Serafin able to get over the line.
Tim Mcintosh crossed to restore Mitch Cooper's advantage before Paul Elis brought the scores back level, but it was short-lived as Mcintosh, and then Matt Wells gave their side a two-try lead, and after defending well on their line, they were able to go up the other end and score to make it 5-2 at the break.
The Mitch Cooper side struck again in the second half before Elis got over for his second of the match to give his side a chance of getting back into the game.
Three straight tries to the Mitch Cooper side including Michael Vitucci and Mcintosh to all but wrap up the game.
Greg Bonetti reduced the margin once more for Suman's, but Glenn Punch got over to wrap up the five-try win for Mitch Cooper Plumbing.
Meanwhile, in what could be a preview to the men's division one final, Marchinori Construction took out a 9-4 win over Griff Hotel Big Cash.
In the final round, Mitch Cooper Plumbing take on Griff Hotel while Marchiori Construction plays KX450F.