Gunners SC have secured back to back men’s first grade titles after downing Mt Annan 4 – 0 in round 13.
The Gunners have a 5 point lead over Oran Park with one round to play.
Narellan kept their slim finals hopes alive with a strong 7 – 0 victory over Harrington.
The Rangers trail fourth placed Mt Annan by 2 points, but will need to beat the premiers in the final round, and hope that Mt Annan falter against Eschol Park in order to qualify for the finals.
The Wolves were outclassed on the weekend by the finals-bound Tigers, succumbing 8-1 at Ron Dine.
For the home side, it was Sean Doherty, Samuel Knowles and Ross each with a brace, while Russell and Shuttleworth also hit the scoresheet.
Eschol Park have a chance to pick up some final points against Ingleburn and Mt Annan as the season draws to a close.
Oran Park made light work of cellar-dwellers Ingleburn, overcoming the Eagles 8 -0.
The Rovers will take on Harrington United in their final round of the 2020 season as a tune-up for their likely elimination final against the Camden Tigers.
TABLE: Gunners SC – 36, Oran Park – 31, Camden Tigers – 27, Mt Annan – 20, Narellan – 18.
In reserve grade, Oran Park Rovers secured the 2020 M-League premiership after a grinding 1-0 victory over Ingleburn.
The Rovers are 6 points clear at the top of the league with one round remaining.
Despite the loss, Ingleburn will finish fourth and will face the Rovers in an elimination final in two weeks.
Gunners and Camden Tigers have sewn up second and third place on the table and will face each other in an elimination final regardless of the result of their final round matches.
The two teams couldn’t be separated in their last encounter.
TABLE: Oran Park – 33, Camden Tigers – 27, Gunners SC – 27, Ingleburn – 23.
In the U21s, the Camden Tigers, pictured above, were presented with the Colts Premiership, completing an undefeated season with a comprehensive victory over Tahmoor on Sunday.
While the premiership is decided, the race to the finals is wide open, with Harrington (2nd 19 points), Narellan (3rd, 18 points), Tahmoor (4th, 15 points), and Ingleburn (5th, 15 points) vying to extend their season beyond this week.
Ingleburn and Tahmoor will clash this weekend, with the winner to go through to the finals. A drawn match will see Tahmoor progress, having had the better of Ingleburn earlier in the year.
TABLE: Camden Tigers – 34, Harrington – 19, Narellan – 18, Tahmoor – 15, Ingleburn – 15.
In the women’s competition, Camden Tigers, pictured celebrating, were presented with the Premiership trophy at the conclusion of their match against Tahmoor, which they took out 3 – 0.
Stacey Anderson, Jade Curtis, and Amy Ward were the goal scorers for the 2020 Premiers.
Ingleburn will finish second after they returned to the winners list, accounting for Harrington 3 – 1.
Fresh off a big win against Ingleburn, Oran Park has let the chance to leap-frog Tahmoor into third slip, succumbing to Eschol Park 1 – 0. The Wolves have had a fantastic month and could emerge as a force in 2021.
The Rangers picked up the 3 points over the Saints, with the score at 3-2 when the match was abandoned due to a serious injury.
The Rangers will conclude their season this weekend when they face Oran Park.
The final round clash between Ingleburn and Tahmoor will also go a long way in determining third and fourth spot.
TABLE: Camden Tigers 39, Ingleburn 28, Tahmoor 22, Oran Park 21, Narellan 16, Eschol Park 15.
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