It was a case of near misses for Cabramatta and Mounties in the Ron Massey Cup at the weekend.
The sixth-placed Two Blues drew 28-28 with the Wentworthville Magpies and Mounties lost to The Entrance Tigers 12-11. In the NSW Cup, Mounties defeated the Warriors 42-22.
In other sports news:
Elite 1 football
It was a disappointing weekend for the three local teams in the National Premier League's NSW Men's Elite 1 competition.
The Marconi Stallions fell tantalising short of a well-earned point against the high-flying Spartans, losing in injury time 3-2, after scoring two late goals to level the game.
Sydney United 58 FC also let points slip after Luka Glavas missed a penalty in stoppage time which left the scores locked at 1-all with APIA-Leichhardt Tigers.
Not even the appearance of former Sydney FC skipper Terry McFlynn could help Bonnyrigg as they went down 4-1 to Blacktown City.
The Mounties 2014 Invitational Table Tennis Open starts on Friday.
The three-day tournament is in its fourth year and will see competitors from Australia and a contingent of overseas players from South Korea, Japan, China, and New Zealand compete for a prize of $20,000.
GWS were thrashed by 111 points by West Coast Eagles at Subiaco Oval on Sunday.
The Eagles kicked 30.11 (188) to the Giants' 12.5 (77).
The Giants remain on eight points in 16th position on the AFL ladder.
The Giants have the bye this week.