BOMADERRY have gone a long way to securing their spot in the Shoalhaven District Football Association finals, after edging out fellow hopefuls Shoalhaven United 2-nil.
At Bomaderry Oval, goals either side of half-time by Brendan Kellett and Ben Seyffer secured Kevin Jackson's side all three points.
The win, their 10th of the season, keeps them in second spot on the ladder, on 39 points - eleven adrift of pace-setters Huskisson-Vincentia.
Rob Hawker's Seagulls made it 12 wins from their past 13 contests by ousting Manyana 2-nil at the Manyana Sports Field.
Two second half goals, within four minutes of each other - by Luke Reid (68th minute) and Nicholas Gelle (71st) - secured the Seagulls their 15th victory of the campaign.
Sitting behind the top-two is Andrew Timbs' Illaroo, who had the bye in round 19.
Rounding out the four are St Georges Basin, who thumped Sussex 5-1 on Saturday.
At the St Georges Basin Sporting Complex, the win was set-up by a hat-trick to Dane McGinn (39th, 88th and 93rd), with Tim White (52nd) and Fraser Macqueen (62nd) rounding out the scoring for the hosts.
Kyle Jarrett was the Seahawks lone goal scorer, finding the back of the net in the 32nd minute.
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Sitting three points behind Basin are the fifth-placed Bears, with Culburra two points further back following their 2-nil loss to Milton-Ulladulla at Ison Park.
The Panthers' sixth win of the season was sealed by goals to Zachary Self (43rd) and Jarrod Murray (77th) - which saw the Cougars drop to their fourth loss in five games.
The final match of the round was won by Shoalhaven Heads-Berry, who crushed Callala 8-nil at Vic Zealand Oval.
Kim Leonard was the star of the show, netting three goals - 58th, 73rd and 87 minutes, with Chris Agar adding a brace (61st and 76th).
The final two goals were scored by Patrick Adams (second) and Scott Culey (86th) - sealing just the Sharks second win for the season.
As such, with three rounds remaining, the ladder is; Huskisson (50), Bomaderry (39), Illaroo (37), Basin (36), United (33) Culburra (31), Milton (28), Manyana (25), Sussex (19), Callala (16) and Heads (13).
Looking ahead to round 20, Callala host Manyana at Emmett Street Oval, Milton entertain Bomaderry, United clash with Basin, Illaroo battle Culburra and Sussex lock horns with Heads - with front-runners Huskisson having the weekend off.
With three rounds remaining, Alex Rogan is streaking away with the golden boot award, after scoring 20 goals through his 12 matches.
Despite only playing eight games, Brendan Kellett is in second with 13 goals, alongside Callala's Tom White and Basin's Tim White - with Huskisson's Corey Ryan in fifth with 12.