Ceduna Blues United prepared for the A grade Far West netball finals with a good 11-goal win against Thevenard on Saturday.
There was not too much between the teams yet the Blues made their chances count to win 48-37.
The teams were already assured of finishing first and second, however the Blues will take this confidence boost ahead of the finals when the teams meet again to determine who goes directly into the grand final.
Western United also head into the finals on a high after disposing of Koonibba.
The Tigers were not troubled as they came away with a positive result, making the most of their dominance to win 73-39 - their fifth of the season.
Koonibba heads into the finals clash against Westies without a win this season, but has a chance to stage an upset at the business end of the campaign when the teams open the finals.
The top two are looking good in the B grade ahead of the finals as both Western United and Ceduna Blues United tasted victory.
Westies grabbed an 11th successive win in comfortably downing Koonibba 68-20.
The other match between the Blues and Thevenard was much closer, but United had too much in the locker to win by 10 goals as the match ended 38-28.
Thevenard and Koonibba will meet in the finals, with the loser to see their season come to an end.
The Magpies picked up a good C grade win when they downed Ceduna Blues United 54-28.
The Blues found it difficult to work the ball into their attacking third as Sharni Brown and Hayley Jeffs turned the ball over many times.
Jallina Matthews-Bennett did well, playing a competitive game at centre against Jo Hillas.
Thevenard led by 11 goals at three-quarter time and enjoyed a strong finish to the match.
Sarah Moschos impressed for Thevenard and Abi Amery played well for the Blues.
Thevenard will now have the tough task of getting the better of first-placed Western United - who defeated Koonibba via a forfeit - when the teams meet to determine who goes directly into the grand final, after losing the past two encounters.
The Blues eased to a win in their last clash with Koonibba and the two teams will open the finals.
In the D grade, Ceduna Blues United defeated Thevenard by 11 goals.
Just four points separated the Blues and Magpies heading into the clash so the 35-24 win will give the first-placed Blues a boost ahead of the finals.
Western United defeated Koonibba via a forfeit in the other match.
Thevenard will be confident of progressing in the finals against the winless Roosters.
In the Junior A division, Thevenard secured the double chance with a win against Ceduna Blues United.
The Magpies triumphed by 50 goals as it ended 61-11, to finish second on percentage.
Koonibba was in with a chance of snatching second after its win against leaders Western United by seven goals.
Despite falling short of that, the Roosters will be buoyed by the 33-26 victory when they face the Blues.
Koonibba displayed its Junior B dominance with a 30-goal win against second-placed Western United, as the match ended 43-13.
The other match was a low scoring affair as Thevenard downed Ceduna Blues United 18-9, with the teams to meet again in the finals.
Koonibba 1 prepared for the Junior C finals with a 27-19 win over Western United.