The top five teams are all but set, but there will still be some jostling for position in the final two rounds of the season.
Lavington are almost certain to have the minor premiership wrapped up, while Wangaratta are almost certain to end the home and away season in second place.
With that in mind, there is still some jostling to be done between the three remaining teams – Yarrawonga, North Albury and Albury.
If results go the Tigers’ way, their superior percentage could lift them as high as third place, providing they defeat the Rovers and Lavington in the next two round.
A final round upset against the as yet undefeated Panthers would come as a major surprise though, despite Albury’s improved form in the second half of the season.
The Hoppers could also climb as high as third, setting up an interesting clash with the Magpies in the second qualifying final.
They’ll be heavy favourites against the Wodonga Raiders this Saturday, but their final round clash against Corowa-Rutherglen could be important, particularly if the Roos look to play spoiler in the final round.
The Pigeons will write another chapter in their storied rivalry with the Panthers when they face off on Saturday.
The two sides met back in round eight, where the Panthers bounced back from a three-point half time deficit to claim a six-point victory.
Sarah Senini led the way with 19 goals.
Elsewhere this round, Myrtleford host Wangaratta, the Roos take on Wodonga, and the Hoppers face the Wodonga Raiders.
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