Caledonians A remain the team to beat in the Great Southern Soccer Association men’s division one competition after winning their top-of-the-table clash against Rovers A on Saturday. Caledonians were undefeated and sitting two points clear of their rivals heading into the round 10 clash, while Rovers’ only blemish this season was a draw in round four. A 3-2 win to the ladder leaders helped them edge five points clear on top of the standings. Neither side was able to score in the first half before the floodgates opened and five goals were netted in the second half. A brace from Kieran Loveridge guided Caledonians A to their ninth straight win while Joe Torley also found the back of the net. Justin Bielecki and Sam Jackson scored in the second half for Rovers A but it wasn’t enough to help them grab top spot. Meanwhile, the race for the fifth and final spot in the premier league competition is heating up. The men’s division one competition league will be split after next round, with the top six vying for the premier title and the bottom five contesting the reserves title. Denmark B and Phoenix B played out a 3-3 draw with all goals being scored in the first half. Jarrad Korthuis scored a hat-trick for Phoenix B while Ande Thomas netted a brace for Denmark B. Six first-half goals setup Port Albany B’s comprehensive 9-0 victory over Polonia B. Oliver Trichilo, Charlie Walters, Tyler Scamozzi and Chad Myors all scored a brace each in the win. Caledonians B improved their chances of finishing inside the top six with a 4-2 win against Rovers B. After leading by two goals at half-time, Caledonians B added two more goals in the second half to secure the points. Bayswater A won their clash over Polonia A 4-2. The women’s division one competition was split before the round 10 fixtures with the top six vying for the premier league title and the bottom four will be battling it out in the reserves. Phoenix A caused a major upset, finishing 4-1 winners over Denmark A and handing them their first loss of the season. Jacy Mostert scored two for Phoenix A. Three goals in each half guided Polonia A to a 6-0 victory over Rovers B with Maggie Smit netting a brace. Phoenix B won 5-4 against Caledonians B with Shiarne Spaandermann scoring two goals. Polonia B prevailed 4-2 winners over Royals B in the women’s division two competition after three goals in the first half while Denmark B defeated Mt Barker B 3-2 in the other fixture. The Old Boys remain on top of the ladder in the men’s social/vets competition after finishing 7-0 winners against Baysie Masters with Chris Martain and Paul Burnie netting a brace each. Four goals from Lewis Bosch guided Bayswater Social to a 5-4 over Rovers Vets, Denmark Social were upset by Sonics 3-2, Australian Christian College prevailed 4-0 against Rovers Social and Grammar Social downed Cross Keys 3-2. Ladder leaders Bayswater finished 5-3 winners over Great Southern Grammar in the women’s social competition with Joanne and Kriccia Woods scoring a brace each in the win while Lucy Walters netted two goals for Grammar. Sonics won 2-1 over Denmark, and Polonia prevailed 3-0 against Rovers in the other fixtures.