The Southern Tablelands Football Association's All Age Men and Under 15s divisions have played their final regular round of soccer for 2020.
In a season which has been cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only seven rounds of the normal season were played before the competitions will now split into two divisions for three weeks until finals.
Although the results for the weekend are yet to be finalised by the STFA, the makeup of the four new divisions is already apparent.
AAM Division One will consist of the Goulburn Strikers, Stags, and the Crookwell Reds, and the Wollondilly Soldiers.
Though the Strikers' win streak was interrupted by a draw against the Workers FC on Saturday, their 19-point tally is well ahead of the rest of the competition. Similarly, the Stags and Crookwell Red were on 13 and 12 points respectively prior to round seven, which puts them out of reach of any of the teams ranked between fifth and eighth.
This means Division Two will consist of the Workers FC, Crookwell Griffins, MBK, and Stags 97.
The story in the Under 15s is very similar. Crookwell Red (18 points), Stags Black, and Workers FC (both on 15 points) are well ahead of Marulan FC in fourth, on 9 points.
As none of the results from Saturday's Under 15s matches have been confirmed, Marulan is still very much vulnerable to Stags FC and Stags 97, who are in fifth and sixth respectively with seven points apiece. If Marulan lost and either of those teams won on the weekend, then the winner will leapfrog Marulan into fourth place and Division 1.
If both Stags sides have won and Marulan has lost, then it will likely be Stags FC to qualify for Division 1 as they possess a for-and-against ratio of 10 (that is, unless Stags 97 manage a record-breaking victory over Crookwell Red).
Meanwhile, both Crookwell White and the Wollondilly Soldiers are locked in for Division Two, as both sides have not won a match all year.
The STFA has promised to confirm the fixtures for all four divisions by Monday afternoon.
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