Noradjuha-Toolondo will enter the Horsham Cricket Association finals as the team to beat, after shoring up top spot with a 146-run rout against a helpless Horsham Saints.
Matt Combe led from the front for the Bullants', posting a captain's century before his charges wreaked havoc with the ball to move nine points clear at the top with one round left to play.
The Saints were able to stem runs early through skipper Matt Currill (1-13 off eight) but struggled to snare vital wickets.
Combe steered the innings from first-drop, picking his shots and testing the Saints' guile in the field.
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Exiting the drinks break at 3-57, he and Shane Oakley found another gear.
The Bullants steamed along at over six runs an over for the remaining of the innings, showing no mercy to an ad hoc Saints unit.
Oakley's departure for 38 was no handbrake for his skipper, who smoked a six and then a four to reach his century in fitting fashion.
Combe offered his only chance on 105 - a catch Kingsley Dalgleish gratefully accepted on his A Grade return - while pursuing boundaries in the last over.
By then, the damage was done with the Bullants entering the break laughing at 6-192.
Jono Carroll was the deadliest of the Saints' bowlers, finishing with figures of 2-29.
It didn't take long for the Saints to enter familiar territory, reeling at 1-5 thanks to Tony Caccaviello (1-2 off five).
Currill (30) offered some respite but never truly settled. His departure at 2-35 triggered the collapse.
Jordan McDonald (4-2) and Heath Lang (4-17) tore through the rest of the lineup, claiming the next eight wickets for 11 runs.
The Saints sunk to their lowest total of the season, all out for 46.
Elsewhere, the battle for the remaining spot in finals between Rup-Minyip and the Jung Tigers will come down to the last round after both sides faltered at the weekend.
Rup-Minyip hangs on to fourth spot by 0.2 per cent but missed an opportunity to sneak away, falling to West Wimmera in a tense affair.
West Wimmera was asked to bat and gratefully accepted, its openers combining for a 59-run stand.
Mitch Dahlenburg (65) continued the attack alongside Brad Alexander (73), pushing the Warriors towards an imposing total.
Rup-Minyip was able to drag its opponents back through Bailey Young (2-23) but was set an imposing 211 to win.
The Blue Panthers' openers continued the trend, sharing a 55-run stand before both fell in quick succession.
Bailey Young (47*) steadied the chase, allowing the big-hitting Mark Mbofana to chip away at the target.
The Zimbabwean smoked seven boundaries before he was dismissed by Austin Smith (2-28) for 49.
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From there, the Warriors wrestled back momentum, forcing the required rate higher.
In the end, it proved too tall a task for the Blue Panthers; Nathan Alexander (3-40) mopping the tail up to leave the hosts 16 runs short.
The result opened the door for the Jung Tigers, only for Homers to slam it shut in the finals hopefuls' faces.
The Pigeons dominated with the bat to set the platform for a commanding 107-run win.
Paddy Mills (63) celebrated his second half-century of the day - having retired on 50 not out in the under-16's semi-final that morning - while Chaminda Gamage (51*) also raised the bat.
Angus Adams (2-26) was the only Tiger to snare multiple wickets, as the hosts posted 5-199.
No Tigers batsmen made a mark, as the side tried to battle back from 5-54.
Simon Hopper (2-13) and Jett Hopper (2-9) were the chief destroyers with the ball, as the Tigers fell to 92 all out.
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