Top four decided this weekend

George GoodwinSouth Western Times
Collie's Tayla Kirk found the net during their victory on Saturday.
Camera IconCollie's Tayla Kirk found the net during their victory on Saturday. Credit: South Western Times, Mitchell Woodcock

The order of the women’s South West Hockey League top four will be decided this weekend, such is the evenness across the competition.

Boyanup All Blacks wrapped up the minor premiership a couple of weeks ago, with Busselton Robins and Marist also cemented in the four — but both are still fighting for the coveted second spot.

On the outside looking in are Associates and Collie, who are still to sort out the fourth finals spot, with one point separating them.

Last weekend, the All Blacks changed into top gear in the light of the forthcoming finals campaign, caning Robins 6-1 after a slow start.

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Jonelle Zabajnik slotted three goals, Charlotte Massey two and Meg Read was also on fire throughout the second half.

Marist kept their hand in the final four held aloft with Emma Stonard and Tarryn Scott on target in a 2-1 win over TownSouth, which dashed their finals hopes.

Collie kept their slim hopes alive with a 3-1 win over Associates with Tayla Kirk and Grace Sheppard on target while Exies defeated Capel 2-1.

All matches are held on Saturday, with Collie hosting TownSouth at 1.30pm, Associates and Boyanup do battle at 3.15pm, Exies entertain Robins at 6.15pm and Capel play Marist in Busselton.

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