With two rounds remaining in the GDCA second grade season, the top four is almost set in stone following this weekend's results.
Leagues will have to pick up bonus-point wins in their remaining two games if they are to have any hope of reaching the finals after a 33-run defeat at the hands of Coleambally.
The Nomads won the toss and batted, but it was the Panthers who made a strong start with two early wickets to Shae Prudham (3/27).
Most of Coleambally's middle order was able to get starts with Shane Taylor (25) and Sam Breed (16) leading the way.
Michael Hodgson (17) added some late runs before the Nomads were dismissed for 113.
It was a tough start for Leagues as they lost Teao Woetai (11), Vilish Patel (4) and Angus Gunn (1) to Sanil Chilukuri (3/11) to be sitting on 3/20.
Pardeep Deol (14) was the only other Panther to break double digits as they were bowled out for 80 in the 31st over.
Tight bowling helped the Coro Cougars stay in the hunt for a top of the table finish.
Trevor Cowie (10) and Owen Stubbs (17) got starts before Coro's John Witherspoon (4/11) ripped through Hanwood's middle order.
Gulfam Ahmad (16) and Inam Ullah (11*) added some late runs to see Hanwood bowled out for 68 with Andrew Potter (3/14) taking three quick lower-order wickets.
Hanwood's Chris Barbagallo (5/28) gave his side a chance as he knocked over the Cougars top order but Will Dalton (13), Brett Crooks (21) and Adam Badham (13*) got the Coro side across the line for a three-wicket win.
Finally, Diggers remain at the top of the table after a bonus-point win over Exies Eagles.
Damien Browning (3/14) and Daniel Dossetor (1/27) combined for three early wickets before Adam Waide (30) and Dan Brady (11) got Exies back on track.
Cameron Harrison (32*) added some valuable runs while Jonathan Streat (19) chipped in to see Exies bowled out in the final over for 111.
Waide (1/33) took the wicket of Brett Owen, but that proved to be of little consequence for Diggers as Mick Duncan (73*) and Paresh Patil (25*) guided their side to a nine-wicket win.