Three teams have now sealed their place in the finals series with the last position up for grabs in an exciting match this Friday night.
Queanbeyan Blues 64 (Tries: S Allan 2, S Hellyer 2, J Williams, T Thorpe, C Stuckey, C Miners, C Whitehouse, N Lal, A Brooks, N Nowicki, S Rihari; Goals: P Condon 4, J Ruiz 2) d Harden Hawks 0
The Queanbeyan Blues have sealed third place after they claimed a big win over the Harden Hawks at McLean Oval.
Shaenice Allan and Shantelle Hellyer both scored doubles as the Blues piled on thirteen tries during the course of the match.
Jenna Ruiz kicked two goals to move level with Boomanulla’s Amanda Kyburz at the top of the point-scoring charts as well.
The result also means that the Blues are one of only two sides to qualify in all three seasons of the Specsavers Katrina Fanning Shield.
Harden will play their final match of the season next weekend as they host Yass. The Hawks will finish their inaugural season in sixth place.
Yass Magpies 36 (Tries: H Massey 2, S Wright , T Peace, L Prosser, G Davis; Goals: S Wright 3, H Massey 2, L Davis) d Boomanulla Buffaloes 10 (Tries: P Robinson, M Burton; Goal: A Kyburz)
The Yass Magpies continued their winning ways with a 26 points win over the Boomanulla Buffaloes at Kambah on Saturday.
Hollie Massey scored twice in the win as the Magpies start having an eye towards the finals.
Having already sealed the minor premiership with an undefeated season to date, Yass scored six tries in the match with Shannon Wright, Tessa Peace, Lucy Prosser and Gabbie Davis joining the list of try scorers.
Boomanulla, on the other hand, missed a chance to seal their place in the finals and will now have a do or die match against the Bidgee Bulls on Friday night.