After an almost fault-less season, West Whyalla has shaped up as the flag favourite as the race for finals looms.
The Dragons took on Weeroona Bay in the final minor round clash with both off to an even start in Saturday's proceedings with two goals a-piece.
The Dragons were able to chip away at the margin from the second quarter, kicking four goals while the Tigers were kept scoreless.
The Tigers were outscored in the third as the Dragons added two goals to their one.
A two-behind final quarter saw the Tigers knocked off with the Dragons piling on another five goals.
Nathan Grzona and Remy Starkey booted three goals for West while Saul Tonkin was best.
For Weeroona Bay, Brad Yendall, Daniel Palmer and Reece O'Callaghan kicked one each and Aaron Rogers was best.
North Whyalla was in strong form with an 85-point win over South Whyalla.
The Magpies had a dominant start with five goals in the first quarter to the Demons' one.
Momentum slowed for the Magpies in the second with a goal while the Demons managed just two behinds.
The Magpies fired up with three goals in the third quarter to the Demons one, and added another five in the last to the Demons' two.
Anthony Malcolm booted seven goals for North while Luke Seymour was best.
For South, Gavin Jonker booted two and David Cleary was best.
Central Whyalla put on a show-stopping performance against Roopena.
The Roosters started with a four-goal quarter to the Roos' one behind. A five-goal second quarter saw the Roosters surge ahead while the Roos added four.
A superb second half saw the Roosters pile on nine goals in the third and five goals in the final while the Roos were scoreless in the third and kicked two in the fourth.
Nick Sims and Scott Collison booted five each for Central while Samuel Ellis was best.
For Roopena, Matthew Golding kicked two and Luke Karssen was best.