by Skola Sengi – EM TV Sports, Port Moresby
The top six in the Intercity cup showed their intentions of a finals appearance have become lethal in round eleven over the weekend.
Gurias secured a 34 to 8 win over Mendi Muruks in Kokopo.
The Lions grazed Tigers to an eighteen-to-nil victory under their belt.
While the Wigmen and Lahanis remain at the top, for now, the season has ended for the bottom four.
After collecting their mandatory points from bye I round 10, the Agmark Gurias have proved that they are still in the race for the finals, defeating Mendi Muruks 34 points to 8.
In the clash of the big cats in Mendi, Simbu Lions clawed Minor premiers Snax Tigers 18 points to nil.
Goroka Lahanis suffered another loss to the hand of defending champions, Hela Wigman, going down by a big margin, 14 points to 42.
Despite the loss, Tigers remain at the top of the ladder with 18 points, with Lions trailing behind with 17-points.
Wigman and Gurias sit in 3rd and 4th place with 16 points respectively.
While the season continues for the top 6, Enga Mioks, Gulf Isapeas, Waghi Tumbe and Hagen Eagles find themselves at the bottom of the ladder and bow-out of the play-offs.
The competition will go for a three week break to capacitate for the Pacific Games.