Despite their being a fortnight left in the West Orange Motors Senior Competitions, the top four in Orange Netball Association's top tier Toyota Cup was cemented following Saturday's 12th round.
In fact, the top two and major semi-final match-up is just about locked in too.
The top four, in this order, of Life Studio, Orange City Craig Harvey Mechanical, Orange Physiotherapy Vipers and the OHS Hornets will contest the 2019 Toyota Cup finals, with a six-point gap between the latter side and fifth-placed Life Studio Mid West Eyes.
While sides are awarded three points for victories and that would suggest Mid West Eyes could make up that gap, the one point losing sides earn week-to-week rules out any chance of them, Life Studio Sportspower or Hawks Royals - all of whom are on 20 points - sneaking into the top four.
While the top four sides' final standings can change over the last two weeks of the regular season there are two-point gaps between all of them and as such, it does look somewhat likely they'll remain in the same order come finals time.
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There was still a chance Mid West Eyes could push into the top four prior to the weekend, but it would've required them winning all three of their remaining games and hoping the Hornets lost all of theirs.
OHS did suffer a defeat on Saturday, they were beaten by Orange City Craig Harvey Mechanical in a thrilling clash that closed out the afternoon's round 12 fixtures, the Lions eventually claiming a four-goal win.
But Mid West Eyes' potential title run had already been ended before that game even started.
The Life Studio side was bested by the rebuilding Hawks Royals earlier in the afternoon, the Amanda Hurford-coached two blues ran away with the clash to ultimately win 55-42 and pick up their fourth victory of the season.
With that win they drew level with Mid West Eyes and Life Studio Sportspower on the table, the latter was beaten 54-42 by the Vipers last weekend.
In Saturday's other game, the opening clash of the day, competition leaders Life Studio accounted for the winless Orange City Epiroc outfit 78-30.
Saturday's top tier games were actually the only West Orange Motors Senior Competitions fixtures to go ahead on the weekend too.
Games in divisions two through six were all cancelled due to the inclement weather, a number of those games are played on the outdoor courts rather than inside at Sir Neville Howse Stadium.
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