But Honda were unable to deal with the leaders’ pace and clinical finishing, slumping to another defeat with a score of 6-0.
The Division One matches were kicked off with Chevrolet looking to leapfrog SGS into third place on
the division ladder.
Chevrolet held most of the possession in the first half and entered the break 2-0 up, but within minutes of the restart SGS pulled a goal back and made the score 2-1.
With SGS sensing an opportunity to get back into the game they pressed forward for the equaliser, but got hit on the break two more times as Chevrolet gained their third win of the season with a 4-1 win.
The final game on the Division One field saw the top two teams in TSLC and Ultraman battle it out, with Ultraman needing a victory to keep their hopes winning the title alive.
It was TSLC though who started on the front foot moving the ball around well and scoring three unanswered goals inside the first half.
Ultraman were then forced into a tactical change after the break as they replaced their goalkeeper with a sweeper to create an extra outfield man advantage to try and get back into the game. It failed, as TSLC ran in six more goals in mostly in breakaway situations.
Ultraman did manage to find the back of the net twice, but it was to no avail as TSLC won 9-3 and clinched the Division One title with one game still remaining.