Junee are in the pole position to take Henwood Park’s top spot off them after seeing off a spirited Wagga United during the penultimate round of Leonard Cup competition.
The Jaguars outgunned the ladies in orange on Sunday in a 3-2 thriller, denying United a third consecutive victory at Rawlings Park.
The win saw Junee keep pace with the Hawks, who enjoyed a bye weekend.
Across the paddock, Tolland reaffirmed their dark horse title after putting Cootamundra to the sword in emphatic fashion.
The Wolves were relentless against the Strikers, slotting five unanswered goals in a 5-0 romp.
Cootamundra must now dust themselves off for a final showdown with Henwood Park as their playoff dream dims.
Meanwhile, South Wagga sank the boot into cross-town rivals Lake Albert with a monster goal spree.
The Warriors ran riot against the Sharks, scoring at will in a 7-2 demolition and condemning their opponents to the wooden spoon.
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