DUNTRYLEAGUE must win their final Central Western Districts Golf Association division one pennant round if they are any chance of making the finals.
The Orange club sat out Sunday’s division one round with a bye, while the club’s lower division teams went up against Orange Ex-Services.
Duntryleague was on top of the Group A division one ladder last week on 1.4 points.
On Sunday, Parkes downed Mudgee 3-2 which was enough to push both teams ahead of Duntryleague.
Parkes now lead the field on 2.7 points, Mudgee are second on 1.6 and Duntryleague is next best on 1.4.
Wentworth are fourth on 0.1 points and would need to win their final two matches well to make the finals.
In this Sunday’s round, Duntryleague hosts Wentworth while Mudgee has the bye in the top division and Parkes have a general bye.
This will be Duntryleague’s last chance to earn points as the club has the general bye in the final round.
The other final round match will have Wentworth hosting Mudgee.
In the Group A lower divisions, Duntryleague, Ex-Services and Wentworth are all a chance of making the division two finals, Duntryleague leads division three and Ex-Services have top spot in division four.
In Group B, Wellington leads division one and two, Dubbo is on top in division three and Bathurst heads up division four.
The top two sides in each division of each group will go through to the semi-finals to be played on March 10.
The fourth rounds of matches will be played this Sunday.