The Gungahlin Bulls remain on top of the ladder, while the Queanbeyan Kangaroos sit in third place after round 15 of the Blumers Lawyers Canberra Raiders Cup.
Queanbeyan Blues 52 d Yass Magpies 28
The Queanbeyan Blues recorded their sixth straight win with a 24 point victory over the Yass Magpies at Walker Park on Saturday.
It is the fourth time this season that the Blues have scored 50 points or more during a match.
Blues winger George Morseu scored a hat-trick in the win, while Matthew Parsons picked up his 21st try of the season.
It was a high-scoring first half of footy, with both sides scoring four tries each to make it 22-22 heading into the break.
The Blues started off the second half perfectly, with fullback Parsons scoring just 40 seconds into the second half. The visitors then went back to back, with hooker Josh Mitchell scoring from dummy half and Michael Asomua beating defenders to score a four-pointer, giving them a 40-22 lead.
Yass hit back in the 58th minute, with centre Willie Peace scoring his second try of the day.
But the Blues scored two more tries to make the final score 52-28.
The Blues finish the round in second place, just one point behind the Gungahlin Bulls, setting up a big clash next weekend when the two sides face each other.
Round 15 Highlights: Yass Magpies v Queanbeyan Blues
Woden Valley Rams 28 d Tuggeranong Bushrangers 22
The Woden Valley Rams notched up their second win of the season with a thrilling six point win over their south side rivals a Greenway Oval on Saturday.
The scores were locked at 22-all with just three minutes to go before Rams fullback Albert Hopoate showed his strength close to the try-line, shrugging off defenders to score the match-winning try.
Hopoate finished the match with two tries, with winger Sam Burge also picking up a double.
It was a tight affair in the first 40 minutes, with both teams exchanging tries. The Bushrangers went into the break with a 16-14 lead, after tries to Ata Mariota, Michael O'Malveney and Joshua Billing.
Tuggeranong extended their lead to 20-14 just after half-time, with centre Brigham Moeakiola scoring in the corner.
But the Rams were able to fight back, with Burge and Aiden Kawiri both going over for tries before Hopoate scored the match winner.
Round 15 Highlights: Tuggeranong Bushrangers v Woden Valley Rams
Queanbeyan Kangaroos 42 d Goulburn City Bulldogs 22
An impressive second half from the Queanbeyan Kangaroos ensured they got the two points over the Goulburn City Bulldogs at Seears Workwear Oval on Saturday.
The City Bulldogs opened the scoring after hooker Adrian Trevilyan scored out of dummy half. The Roos then hit back and scored three straight tries, with Reece Robinson, Thomas Casey and Kaine Pagura all crossing for four-pointers to give the home side an early 18-6 lead.
Goulburn fought back and were able to go into half-time trailing 18-16 after tries to Joe Roberts and Steven Cummins.
But the Roos attack seemed to click right into gear at the start of the second half, and they scored four consecutive tries to seal the win.
Fullback Pagura and five-eighth Casey finished the game with two tries each, while winger Steve Numambo scored his seventh try of the season.
The win sees the Roos side maintain their place in third position, just one point ahead of West Belconnen, who they play next weekend in what should be a thrilling clash.
Round 15 Highlights: Queanbeyan Kangaroos v Goulburn City Bulldogs
Gungahlin Bulls 28 d Belconnen United Sharks 14
The Gungahlin Bulls remain on top of the ladder after a hard-fought victory over the Belconnen United Sharks at Gungahlin Enclosed Oval on Sunday.
The Sharks came into the match needing to win to keep their finals hopes alive, and while they threw everything they had at the Bulls, the home side were able to claim the two points off the back of some great defence.
Belconnen United put a lot of pressure on the Bulls throughout the first half, but the home side were able to keep to visitors to just one try. Gungahlin went into half-time leading 12-6, with Jack Williams and Tristan Eldridge scoring for Gungahlin and Ewan McCarroll going over for the Sharks.
Bulls lock Zac Patch opened the scoring in the second half to extend his side's lead to 18-10, before Sharks winger PK Amponn-Nyamekye scored in the corner to close the gap to 18-10.
But the Bulls showed why they have been at the top of the table all season, with some great tries by Eldridge and Jackson Owen sealing the win.
The Bulls sit one point ahead on top of the ladder, while the Sharks remain in sixth place.
Round 15 Highlights: Gungahlin Bulls v Belconnen United Sharks