The Albury-Wodonga Spitfires women were outclassed by finals-bound United in a double-header at Albury Hockey Centre across the weekend.
Saturday's clash was a hard-fought 5-2 win for United, with captain Sam Daly and Jackleene Macarthur on the scoreboard for the home side.
United left the Border with maximum points after demolishing the Spitfires 9-1 on Sunday.
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The hosts were without both Macarthur and experienced defender Sherren Rahaley for the second leg of the weekend, but welcomed back quality striker Riley Sutherland.
Letesha O'Hallaron was the lone scorer for Border outfit in what was their heaviest defeat of the Capital League campaign.
A chance for redemption awaits for the Spitfire women in next weekend's final round when they travel to Canberra to take on St Patrick's at Kjar Field.
St Patrick's have plenty at stake and remain an outside chance for the last spot in the top-four.
The Spitfires men had a bye and finish the season next weekend away to United at Canberra's Carter Field.