The competition's top two continue to surge, while the Tigers finally get back to winning way.
There may not be a lot of movement at the very top, but the weekend's scores have resulted in plenty of movement in our weekly power rankings.
1. Wellington Cowboys (last week: 1)
They may not be top of the ladder but they're still the form team in the competition and looking every bit a side cruising towards the finals.
Wellington smashed Westside on Sunday, running out 90-0 winners in a match that didn't last 60 minutes.
An injury to Aidan Ryan remains a real worry heading into the business end of the season but the depth is there to cover any lengthy lay-off.
The Cowboys machine is in full-flight and it's up to them now to maintain the rage.
2. Dubbo CYMS (last week: 2)
CYMS maintained its derby dominance and top spot on Saturday, and the minor premiership is now within the reach of the Dubbo powerhouse.
Again, it wasn't completely perfect and discipline was a bit of an issue but you can't argue with results. CYMS just gets it done again and again.
A lot of players have gained top grade experience this season and that is only going to serve the side better in the coming weeks.
3. Forbes Magpies (last week: 5)
The Magpies have scored two wins and a draw in the past three weeks, seeing them move up to third place on the ladder.
It hasn't been the smoothest of seasons so far for the men in black and white and they've only won five of 10 games so far in 2019, but things are still ticking along.
No Forbes side can ever be written off and there's signs this side is slowly but surely finding its groove.
4. Macquarie Raiders (last week: 4)
After a string of promising performances the Raiders were dealt a bit of a reality check when being beaten by CYMS on the weekend.
There's no doubt Wes Middleton's men will take plenty from the defeat, their first in five weeks.
It still hasn't completely come together and the Raiders are still outside the top five on the ladder, but things are looking up for a side which is just two points of third spot.
5. Parkes Spacemen (last week: 3)
Two losses in a row for the Spacemen and after sitting second just a few weeks ago the Parkes side is now just clinging on to fifth spot on the ladder.
The trip to Narromine next weekend is a massive one now for the Spacemen, given sixth-placed Macquarie is expected to get past Westside with ease.
Whispers of new arrivals point to a timely boost for a Spacemen side needing to quickly get backs to its best.
6. Nyngan Tigers (last week: 6)
That's much more like it!
After a shocking run of results the Tigers have now won two in a row, with the weekend's gutsy win over Parkes just the kind of victory needed to boost the confidence.
The Tigers sit fourth but with the battle for the top five heating up the weekend's win was a much-needed one.
Justin Carney's men next welcome Wellington to Larkin Oval in an almighty clash, one the Tigers are pumped for after the Cowboys ended their winning streak earlier in the season. A win in that game and Nyngan is right back up there with the top two.
7. Narromine Jets (last week: 7)
Basically copy and paste from many other weeks.
No lack of effort from the Jets in another hard-fought loss. They couldn't match the Forbes Magpies and struggled to make any real impact on the scoreboard against the defending premiers.
The Jets have done a lot right this season but it's now been four losses on the trot. The focus has got to be on maintaining the development done so far and ensuring 2019 is a real platform for the seasons to come.
8. Dubbo Westside (last week: 8)
Games involving Westside are starting to get called off earlier and that's a real worry.
The effort and heart within the club can only be admired but they've got to keep going. All that work won't mean as much if things fall apart late on in the season.
It's tough, but the Rabbitohs have just got to keep on fighting.