ORANGE'S State League netball teams will be out to go through their final day without a loss.
The final Central West State League rounds will be played at the Orange PCYC tomorrow.
Both Orange teams will play three games each and have the potential to finish first and second on the competition ladder.
Orange A already sits in top spot on the ladder as they chase an 18th-consecutive division one title.
They have won all four games this season and will have another three today, going up against Dubbo A, Parkes and Forbes.
Dubbo A is tied for points with Orange A but sit in second, based on percentages, with four wins from five games.
The two sides will meet first up tomorrow morning with Orange A still favourites to win.
Dubbo A's only loss came at the hands of Orange B in round eight when the young Orange side came out on top 58-52.
Dubbo A will have an important game against Bathurst A later in the day.
Orange B has the potential to move into second on the ladder if they can win all three games tomorrow.
They take on Dubbo B, Forbes and Parkes.
Of the three sides, fifth-placed Parkes is most likely to challenge Orange B.
Third-placed Bathurst A can also make the semi-finals but they will need to beat Forbes and Dubbo A to stay safe in the top four.
Parkes is a team which could work its way into the top four and the semi-finals, but would need to score an upset win against one or both of the Orange teams to do so.
Parkes will be favourites to down Bathurst B in their first game, but then must play Orange A and Orange B in their last two matches.
With Orange A expected to finish on top, Orange B needs to finish second or third to ensure they don't meet in the semi-finals.
First takes on fourth in one semi-final and second plays third in the other, with the winners from both meeting in the grand final.
Today's games at the Orange PCYC start at 9am.