The Geurie Goats have booked a massive Oilsplus Cup major semi-final battle with Blayney after a strong win at Trangie last weekend.
The win at Trangie secured second spot on the table for the Goats and sets up a tantalising battle with the Rams, the only side which has beaten Geurie this season.
The Goats will go into that top-of-the-table battle with confidence after a hard-fought win at Trangie.
The Goats won the weekend's contest 24-10 but were made to work for the result as the Tigers' defence aimed up early.
The hosts had a 3-0 lead early and despite the Goats bossing possession it took them until the 20th minute to turn it into points.
Prop Anare Davuilevu marked his return from a lengthy lay-off by scoring the opener and it wasn't long after before the Goats had a second after Amini Wauca made a break and ran away to cross.
It stayed 12-3 until the break and in the second stanza the Goats began to throw the ball around the Fijian flair within the lineup started to shine.
They were rewarded with two tries for Joshua Mataauotuuotua and then Nuther Tiko scored a brilliant individual effort to ice the result.
Mataauotuuotua was a standout for the victors and earned the three points in players' player while Etuate Gusuivalu, Viliame Turuva, and Isaia Nacewa also impressed.
The Goats now meet Blayney in the major semi after the Rams wrapped up the minor premiership by defeating Coolah 36-23 on Saturday.
The Rams finish the regular season unbeaten and will have the benefit of home ground advantage when they do battle with the Goats.
Those semi-finals will be held on June after a general bye is held for the long weekend.
In the minor semi, Coolah will take on Molong.
Coolah held on to third spot despite the loss to Blayney in the final round while Molong warmed up for the finals by thrashing wooden-spooners Yeoval 46-0.
The Wellington Redbacks just missed out on a place in the finals but finished its regular season in style by defeating Canowindra 67-7 on the weekend.