Royal Perth will play in the 2018 Women’s Division 1 Pennant Final.
Despite having a bye, results went their way throughout Sunday’s matches to make their lead at the top unattainable.
Mount Lawley seem their most likely opponent with the side sitting a game clear in second, however a big win for Royal Fremantle in the final round could see them jump into second position.
Mount Lawley faces a struggling Cottesloe side at the WA Golf Club on Sunday, with a win guaranteeing them a spot in the final.
Wanneroo sprung the surprise of the weekend, defeating WA Golf Club 4-3, led by an entertaining win from Georgia Shears in the no.1 position.
The form of Royal Perth has continued into Division 2 with their fifth-straight victory sending them into another final.
Melville Glades and Mount Lawley will battle it out for the coveted second spot, with the pair set to play each other in the final round at the Vines Golf & Country Club this Monday.
Lake Karrinyup were the other winners of the round defeating The Vines 4-3.
In Division 3, Joondalup will have a bye before heading into the final in a week’s time.
The side recorded a 5-1 win/loss record to sit comfortably at the top of the ladder. Gosnells, WA Golf Club, Cottesloe and Royal Fremantle are all in equal second position on six points- with the season set to come down to the wire.
The last round will be hosted at Joondalup Country Club this Sunday.
Royal Perth, Kwinana and WA Golf Club will battle it out for the Division 4 pennant with the team that finished on top claiming the elusive title.
The final round will be played at Royal Perth Golf Club, meaning only Kwinana and WAGC will have final round fixtures. If both lose, RPGC claim the title, however, a win for either sees them claim the flag.
Royal Fremantle have clinched the Division 5 Pennant flag at Joondalup Country Club after winning their fifth game for the season.
The win gives the team a three-point lead at the top, with Lake Karrinyup unable to catch the dominant team in the final round.
The WA Golf Club has claimed the Division 6 crown at Royal Fremantle Golf Club after continuing their undefeated season in fine style on Monday.
The side has won four games straight and with only the one round remaining cannot be caught.
A narrow 4-3 win over The Vines proved the decisive victory in a tight competition.