Elliston remains at the top of the Mid West netball A grade table following a close victory against Western Districts at Poochera on Saturday.
The Roosters got the better of the reigning premiers by only five goals as the match ended 45-40.
The narrow win sees Elliston keep its nose in front in first place, with Districts losing for the first time since the opening round.
Single-digit margins of victory was the order of the day as Wirrulla returned to the winners list with a positive result against bottom side Central Eyre.
The Bombers are second on the table thanks to a 54-48 success in yet another hard-fought contest, as has been the case for them throughout the opening four rounds.
There was only two goals in it as Wudinna United overcame West Coast.
The 42-40 result allowed the Magpies to leapfrog the Hawks, who have now failed to win in any of their past three matches.
The B grade match between Western Districts and Elliston saw the Tigers run away to a comfortable win.
Having suffered successive defeats it was a welcome return to form for the Tigers as they enjoyed a 47-14 triumph.
Wirrulla's winless start to the season continued as Central Eyre secured a nine-goal win.
It was the Bombers' best performance this year, however the Bulldogs still came away with a 47-38 result to climb into fourth position.
There was also little to separate Wudinna and West Coast in a match between the unbeaten top two teams.
Wudinna maintained its winning start to 2019 with a four-goal victory, notching a 33-29 result.
In the C grade, West Coast won the top-of-the-table duel against the Magpies.
Both teams had won all three previous matches and the Hawks added to their triumphant start to the season with a 41-29 victory.
Western Districts is back to winning ways after downing Elliston by 21 goals.
Having lost their last two matches, the Tigers recorded a 44-23 win to move up to four points.
Also on four points is Central Eyre following a 52-33 win against winless Wirrulla.
League-leading West Coast recorded another D grade win, this time getting the better of Wudinna United 43-21.
Other results saw Wirrulla cruise to a 52-22 success versus Central Eyre, while Western Districts downed Elliston via forfeit.