With the top five already locked in, there was little movement at the top of the Southern Inland women’s seven competition.
Leeton retained first place following a solid 33-17 win over fourth-placed Griffith.
CSU are still two points behind after a 36-5 win over Waratahs.
The clash between two teams bound for the finals but was a one-way affair.
Meanwhile, Wagga City made it two wins in a row with a 29-5 win over Ag College.
Tumut moved within 11 points of fifth-placed Waratahs with a 20-0 win over Albury but have left their run too late.
Griffith and Waratahs will play the only game between the top five teams on Saturday.