Brown Hill Forge remains in the hot seat in the battle to stay in contention for Ballarat Netball Association's premier indoor championship.
With a top four finish essential to remain in the hunt for The Athlete's Foot Cup play-offs, Forge is feeling some heat after a four-goal loss to Dela Oscars on Tuesday night and two rounds remaining.
Forge is third and one game clear of fifth-placed Eureka Kellies. With a superior percentage, one win will be enough to keep Forge in the top four, but it has a tough draw with games against Eureka Klassics (sixth) and sister team Brown Hill Blaze (second).
In contrast fourth-paced Oscars faces Dela TBirds (eighth) and Dela Vixens (ninth), and Kellies meet the bottom two teams in Wendouree NA Gold and Brown Hill Flames. While the top four will play for The Athlete's Foot Cup, the next four will then go head-to-head for the Laffey Shield.
Camera House 17/under Trophy, which features a top five, has one round to play.