Wagga City Wanderers' under 13s girls team are charging towards finals after a 3-2 victory against Gungahlin last weekend.
The team's fifth straight win saw them leapfrog Belconnen and move into second on the ladder ahead of this week's final round of home-and-away fixtures.
The Wanderers led 2-0 early through Natasha Stradiotto and Alethea Levy (who kicked her 10th goal of the season) but required a Brooke Emms winner in the 68th minute after Gungahlin drew level in the second half.
Unlike the boys, the NPL Womens' competition including lower grades will play finals. WCW take on fourth-placed Woden Weston this week to determine the final ladder.
Wanderers under 15s are still on top despite their winning run being halted in a 0-0 draw with Gungahlin. They remain unbeaten but are only one point clear of Woden Weston and Belconnen heading into the final round.
The under 17 women's team is also bound for finals. They sit third after a 2-0 win courtesy of Tootsie Lamb and Molly Surian and will finish third or fourth.
The semi-finals see 1st play 4th and 2nd play 3rd with winners progressing to the grand final.
The Wanderers boys teams in the NPL Youth program have four rounds remaining. The under 13s are third, eight points off the top side, after a 3-3 draw with Canberra Olympic.
Down 3-1 in the 54th minute, they recovered to salvage a point. Dipkar Rai's rocket to equalise late in the game was a stunner.
The under 16s enjoyed a 2-1 victory for their third win of the season.
The under 14s and under 18s both lost, with the latter slipping to fifth on the ladder.