With seven rounds to play in the Central Highlands Netball League each game is becoming even more important as the race to earn a double chance heats up.
Seven teams remain a strong chance of claiming a top four finish.
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As it stands, Hepburn, Buninyong and Learmonth sit undefeated on 32 points, Springbank, Beaufort and Rokewood-Corindhap sit equal on 24 and Dunnstown remains on 20.
The run home paints a pretty picture for some teams top four hopes and an ugly one for others.
Hepburn, Buninyong and Springbank sit in the top four currently and look as if they'll remain there considering their remaining opponents.
Learmonth faces a tougher run.
Face three current top eight sides to finish (Beaufort, Rokewood-Corindhap and Learmonth) and have a bye.
The Burra, going on form to date, should win all three, at the very least two out of three and lock away top spot.
Face two current top eight sides to finish (Learmonth and Skipton) and have a bye.
The clash with the Lakies will test the Bombers, but considering they have games against Ballan, Clunes and Carngham-Linton still to come, their top four chances look pretty safe.
Face five current top eight sides to finish (Springbank, Buninyong, Dunnstown, Beaufort and Hepburn).
On form to date, the Lakies should account for Dunnstown and Beaufort.
Whether they finish top four or not will rely on their performances against the fellow current top four teams.
Face two current top eight sides to finish (Learmonth and Skipton) and have two byes.
Springbank had a tough run to start the season opponents wise, however, if it can manage to get the four points against Learmonth, shouldn't lose another game.
Two byes help the Tigers' cause also.
Face three current top eight sides to finish (Hepburn, Rokewood-Corindhap and Learmonth) and have a bye.
Sitting on even points with Springbank, Beaufort faces a tougher run home than the Tigers but have every chance of snatching a spot in the top four.
A win over Learmonth in round 16 would really shake things up.
Face three current top eight sides to finish (Dunnstown, Beaufort and Hepburn) and have a bye.
Even on points alongside Springbank and Beaufort, Rokewood-Corindhap will give the top four a good shake if it can claim wins over Dunnstown and Beaufort.
Hepburn, as it has been for everyone, will be a huge challenge.
Face two current top eight sides to finish (Rokewood-Corindhap and Learmonth) and have a bye.
Dunnstown are coming from further back, sitting on 20 points after round 10.
If the Towners can get on a winning run, a round 17 match-up with Carngham-Linton might see them slide into fourth.
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