Caledonians have thumped Rovers in round 16 of the Great Southern Soccer Association division two competition, notching their sixth win of the season on Saturday afternoon. Rovers slumped to their 12th loss of their 2022 campaign as Harrison Smith, Oliver Trichilo, Gury Shaw, Matthew Hodak and Morgan Davis all hit the scoresheet in the 8-0 rout. Meanwhile title challengers Phoenix continued their dominant run, accounting for Bayswater 3-0. Corey Plug registered a brace in a victory that consolidated Phoenix’s spot on top of the GSSA ladder with two games left to play in the season. Title contenders Polonia piled on 11 goals against Royals to bridge the big gap in goal difference with Phoenix. Ross Savage and Titan Puls each scored a double in the result. Both sides are locked on 36 points heading into the last two rounds but Phoenix have bagged nine more goals and conceded two less than Polonia. Polonia play third-placed Caledonians in the next round while Rovers square off with Phoenix in a gripping race for the league title. In the men’s division 1 competition, Polonia missed an opportunity to bolster their title chances after a 2-2 draw with Rovers on Saturday night. Rovers’ pacy winger Mohammad Nawroozi scored but was sent off in the 84th minute. Brad Bielecki also hit the scoresheet for Rovers in an inspired display however both sides had to settle for a point each with Alex Meston and Deacon Houghton bagging goals for Polonia. Elsewhere Caledonians kept their title aspirations alive with a gritty 3-0 win over Bayswater. Joseph Love (two goals) and Cameron Dekker scored for Caledonians. Denmark were 3-0 winners over Royals in the other division 1 clash. In the women’s division 1 competition on Friday night, Mt Barker strengthened their title claims with a 5-1 win over nearest rivals Denmark A. Libby Morris made a statement, firing home five goals. Tayah Mastalerz was the scorer for Denmark A. Mt Barker are now two points clear of Denmark A heading into the last two games of the season. A strike from Arna Franklin in the 37th minute proved the difference for Rovers in their 1-0 win over Caledonians. Meanwhile Polonia annihilated Sonics with a 16-1 triumph as eight different goal scorers found the back of the net in an electric display. Phoenix came from 2-1 down at half-time against Bayswater to record a superb 6-4 victory and move to seventh place. In women’s division 2 Polonia defeated Rovers 3-0, Royals moved clear of Mt Barker with a 3-0 victory and Denmark C prevailed over Grammar.