Darren Arnold leads the way in the A grade with 74 off the beater, a full four strokes in front of Ben Abley, but with two rounds still to play it is still very open.
This week’s semi finals see third placed Yeelanna take on fourth placed Yallunda Flat and minor premiers Tumby Bay take on Karkoo Panthers.
A win for Tumby would cement their spot in the top four without having to rely on other results.
Check out the weekend's sporting action from around Port Lincoln.
Olivia Barnes Local teachers have been nominated by the public for Public Teaching Awards.
Dylan Doudle Marble Range jumped back on the winners list following their victory over Lincoln South through their dominant second half performance.
Eyre United hosted Tumby Bay in Great Flinders A grade netball at Ungarra in perfect sunny conditions.
The scene was set for a tight, tough, tense game between Wanilla an Wayback and spectators were not disappointed.
Another stunning bronze sculpture of one of SANFL's greats by local sculptor Ken Martin was unveiled at Adelaide Oval.
In a demolition derby, United Yeelanna dished up the Lock Roos by 36 goals.