Blayney Rams eye top four as final's season approaches

After two good wins on the weekend against Dubbo Rhinos the Rams go into the last three weeks of the season with both sides well in contention to make the semis.

First grade, who are currently fourth, were too good for Rhinos on Saturday winning 48-25.

Ben Pettit, Baz Hobby and Jayden Smith got the 321 points and Pettit was also players player.

In second grade the Rams also came out on top 26-22. Dave Mckenzie, Tom Hooper and Dobbsy were the best.

Second grade are only one point out of the top four and with Parkes still to play, are looking good to grab the last semi spot.

This week the Rams take on Narromine at Narromine which will be a great test for the club.

The last time that Blayney came up against Narromine in first grade was in round eight when Narromine triumphed 29-5, hopefully it won't be a similar score repeated this weekend.

Narromine are currently at the top of the ladder with a solid 57 points having only lost the one game all season.

In second place is CSU Mitchell, who also have lost only one game with 52 points, and a long way behind them are Mudgee with 29 points and Blayney with 21.

Mudgee Wombats though gave CSU Bathurst a fright last weekend when they lost a gut-wrenching game 24-19.

"It was unreal, probably the hardest game we've had all year I reckon," CSU's Jack Keppel said. "We hardly touched the ball, I don't know how we got away with it."

In the second grade Blayney is just outside the top four with 25 points, and the Rhinos are one point above on 26.

They'll have a difficult time toppling Narromine this Saturday who remain undefeated at the top of the ladder.

The club is looking to finalise our donation to Asthma Australia so anyone who is yet to pay could they please do so this week.