For the third time in as many matches Saints were involved in a game where the margin was just one run.
On Saturday it was Saints on the positive side, beating Turvey Park Red 2-1.
The Reds were first to bat, but despite a left-field hit to Kate Looney, there was no run.
Turvey returned the favour, shutting out Saints.
The defence of both teams continued to assert, with each team being shut out in their next two innings.
Turvey was shut out yet again in the top of the fourth, before the Saints hit the scoreboard with a single.
Tessa McGlynn was batted in by Paula Potts to give Saints the lead for the first time in the match.
It was the same old story for Turvey as they were shut out in the top of the fifth, despite another safe hit to Looney.
Meanwhile the Saints doubled their lead with Desi Calder scoring on a wild pitch after a three-bagger.
Turvey opened their account in the top of the sixth,when Anneka Piercy hit a sacrifice fly to score her sister, Jamila, who had hit a three-base hit.
The next two half-innings were shutouts, leaving the Saints a 2-1 winner.
In a game where hits were scarce, Paula Potts and Rochelle Harley did well with two hits each, whilst respective pitchers, Montana Duncan for Turvey and Tessa McGlynn, Saints, did well to restrict the runs.
Saints will play Turvey Park Blue next Saturday, whilst the South Wagga Warriors will play Turvey Park Red after a mercy rule victory over Turvey Park Blue.
The power-batting of the Warriors left Turvey Park Blue chasing leather for much of the day.
The Greens batted right through the lineup, netting five runs in the opening innings.
Hits were recorded by Montana Kearnes, Jayla Nix, Kimberley Dennis and Carmel Hutchinson.
In response, only newcomer, Nerida Bates, found the gap in the field with a two-bagger, as Turvey were shut out.
The second innings was a repeat of the first, with hits to the Warriors' Sam O'Neil, Montana Kearnes (a huge left field home run), Layhnee Kearnes and Carmel Hutchinson enabling the Warriors to take a 10 run lead into the bottom of the second.
Lead batter for Turvey in their second dig, Paris Hall, hit flat past the infield and was eventually scored on a wild pitch.
For the third time the Warriors scored five runs in the top of the third, with hits to Kristy Tenison, Makaylee Little, Dennis and Hutchinson all contributing to the cause.
The young Turvey side kept at it and were rewarded with two runs in the bottom of the third.
Leila Wadley and Bates both crossed the plate after a safe hit to Jane Wadley and some wild throws from the Warriors' fielders.
Three good outfield catches by the Wadleys, Jane and Leila, saw the Warriors dismissed for just two runs in the top of the fourth.
Turvey again added two runs to their total, with hits to Charlie Hall and Jane Wadley enabling Sophie Gooden and Hall to cross the plate before the mercy rule was applied with the Warriors leading 17-5.