Amy Chu led the way for The Australian
Avondale and Concord will meet to decide the winner of Pool One in next week's final round of Women's Metropolitan Major Pennant after the two teams battled out an exciting 2 1/2 all draw on Sunday.
Kara Williams and June Song grabbed 3&1 and 3&2 wins respectively for Avondale, while Kim Yerrin and Doey Choi recorded 7&6 and 2&1 wins for Concord. Felicity Wittenberg and Antonia Gonzalez couldn't be separated after regulation holes, meaning each team walked away with half a point.
Next weeks' return match should be a thriller, with Concord needing to win the contest handsomely to top the group..
In the other pool match, NSW was too strong for Cabramatta winning 5/nil. Best for NSW was Jessica Widarma with a 7&6 win.
The Australian Golf Club have locked up their semi-final spot for the year with a 5/nil result over Castle Hill. 2017 NSW Girls team Captain Amy Chu led the way for the Kensington outfit with a 7&5 win. IN the other Pool game, Bonnie Doon proved too strong for The Lakes with a 5/nil win at home. Suzanne Fairhurst was Bonnie Doon's best with a 5&4 win. Second place in the group will be decided this weekend at The Lakes, with the home team needing just the victory to progress to the semi-finals.
A dominant St Michael's team handed opponents North Ryde a 5/nil hammering on Sunday. Pamela Tsiamis was St. Michael's best with a 7&6 win. The Maroubra side has only conceded on half in their five outings this year and will be all but impossible to stop going into this year's final.
in the other matches, Ryde-Parramatta accounted for Cronulla 3/2, and in a closely fought match, Cumberland grabbed the winning point against Stonecutters Ridge 3/2