St Georges Basin's semi-final dream remains intact for another week after their upset win against Shoalhaven United 2-1 on Saturday.
At Lyrebird Park, neither side troubled the scorers during the first half of the round 15 encounter.
But goals from Rory Meyer and Owen Browne was enough to secure the visitors maximum points.
In the loss, Connor Hughes found the back of the net for Trevor Skingle's troops.
The win, the Dragons' fourth of the 2021 Shoalhaven District Football Association seasons, moves them up into seventh on 21 points with just three rounds remaining.
While United remain in second on 30 points, two behind leaders Bomaderry who lost 2-1 to Shoalhaven-Heads Berry on Saturday.
In other Blackmore Bolden Shield results, Huskisson-Vincentia continued their impressive second-half surge by downing Manyana 1-nil.
An own goal proved to be the difference between the two sides at the Manyana Sports Field, as the Seagulls have now secured 20 points from their past eight matches.
The Seagulls are now just one point behind United in 29, with the Sharks hot on their heels on 28.
Milton-Ulladulla, who had a nil-all draw with Callala at Emmett Street Oval on Saturday, are in fifth on 25, with Manyana sixth on 22 and Basin on 21.
Illaroo, who had the bye, are on 16 points, with Callala sitting in ninth on 12.
Next Saturday, Bomaderry host Manyana, Milton plays United, Illaroo battles Callala and Heads takes on Basin, with Huskisson having the bye.