The battle for the Group Seven club championship has become a two-horse race between Gerringong and Albion Park-Oak Flats.
Gerringong (492 points) hold a slender lead over the Eagles (489) heading into this weekend’s final round.
Kiama (465) and Warilla (406) are the only other clubs to crack the 400 mark.
Albion Park-Oak Flats will be aiming for maximum points in their home games against Batemans Bay and rely on the Lions slipping up against Jamberoo at Kevin Walsh Oval.
Gerringong also have the try-scoring and point-scoring titles sewn up. Rixon Russell is the leading try-scorer with 25, while Joel Roberts is comfortably the top point-scorer.
The Lions are unbeaten in first grade – securing the minor premiership three weeks ago – and will be eager to keep their perfect record intact heading into the finals.
Meanwhile, Nowra-Bomaderry and Warilla are playing for fifth spot this weekend.
Both teams are on 18 points, though the Gorillas are ahead of the Jets on for-and-against differential.
The Jets know their season is over if they don’t beat Kiama tomorrow, while reigning premiers Warilla face wooden spooners Milton-Ulladulla at Mollymook Oval on Sunday.
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