Gundagai hooker James Luff will take catching as he looks to win a second Weissel Medal for the best and fairest player in Group Nine.
Luff has extended his lead to nine in the new-look Weissel Medal format with just five rounds remaining in the season.
Luff has moved to 44 points with Southcity captain-coach Kyle McCarthy and reigning Weissel Medallist Zac Masters leading the chasing pack on 35.
Brothers playmaker Dylan McLachlan has moved into fourth and sits on 32 points.
Luff held a two-point lead at the last update after eight rounds but has doubled his tally during that period, despite the Tigers losing twice during that time.
McCarthy, Masters and McLachlan have also made significant moves during that time.
Temora's Emily Perrot holds a seven-point in leaguetag.
The young gun is on track to win the medal for a third time in four years.
Albury's Jaxan Blackhall sits in second.
Brothers' Brad Cain leads Kangaroos' Daniel Hill by one point in reserve grade, while Southcity's Lattrell Siegwalt, Albury's Rhys Mitsch and Young's Thomas Jenkins share the lead in Weissel Cup.
Southcity's Joel Tracey leads Sullivan Cup.