Baldivis head into the Landmark Carnival bye ahead of Pinjarra only by percentage on the Peel Football League ladder.
The Brumbies demolished Centrals by 64-points to lift their percentage to 180.16% ahead of the Tigers 125.76%.
Pinjarra scored a come from behind 33-point victory over Mandurah who tired during the last quarter of the game.
Rockingham are a game behind the the top two but have a far superior percentage 214% that might come in handy later in the season.
The Rams belted Waroona by 107-points at Anniversary Park.
Centrals and Mandurah are locked on 24-points, the Blues have greater percentage of 0.06% over the Mustangs.
South Mandurah in sixth place are three games outside the top five but will take confidence from a 48-point win over Halls Head.
The Lightning and Waroona have registered just two-wins for the season.
This weekend sees the Peel Cavaliers league and colts sides do battle for their respective Landmark Country Championship titles.
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