Tumby Bay have strengthened their grip on fourth spot while Ramblers recorded a dominant win to keep themselves in touch with Cougars in the last round of Great Flinders netball on July 17.
At Lock, Alex Stratford shot superbly in goal for Tumby while Stacey Curtis shined in defence before suffering an injury, while Karli Dunn impressed in her first game back after having a baby.
Tumby went on to win 41-28 to now sit two games clear in fourth. Incentives went to Tumby's Stratford and Lock's Jasmin Pearce.
Meanwhile, Ramblers had a big win at Karkoo, defeating United Yeelanna 58-29. Goalie Matilda Crettenden had a great game for Ramblers, as did Abby-Lee Burrows and Keira Simpson in defence.
In the final game of the round, Elliston Districts had a scare at Ungarra against the winless Eyre United, but managed to survive to win 30-21 to stay one win ahead in third.
Elliston Districts remain in third place behind Ramblers who leads on percentage, while Cummins Kapinnie remain on top undefeated.
As per state government requirements the next round is not scheduled to resume until next weekend, although training can resume this week from tomorrow.
Great Flinders Football League and Great Flinders Netball Association will keep clubs informed on the latest fixture updates.