By Beth Newman
Division 4 North
You could throw a blanket over the Division 4 North competition, with five rounds left until finals.
Bribie Island sit on top, with a percentage of 250, narrowly edging out Pomona, on 8-3, with a 234.23 percentage.
With five more home and away matches left this season, the top spot is still very much up for grabs.
Maroochydore sits a game back in third place, with a 7-3 record, two games clear of the next best side, Noosa.
Glasshouse and Gympie round out the North competition, on three and two wins, respectively.
Division 4 Central
Zillmere is in the box seat heading into the business end of the Division Four Central season.
The Eagles are two games clear at the top of the ladder, with an astronomical percentage of 598.52, with five home and away matches to go.
Yeronga is well entrenched in the second spot, with an 11-2 record, three games clear of third-placed Woodsmen.
Jimboomba rounds out the top four, on 78-5, three games ahead of fifth placed Kedron.
The bottom three sides are separated y a game each, with Collingwood Park, Kenmore and UQ Red Lions completing the rankings.
Division 4 South
Byron Bay holds sway in the Division 4 South competition.
With a 9-1 record, the Magpies are two games clear of second-best, Tweed Coast, as the competition closes in on finals time.
Those top two sides are clearly out in front, with Tweed holding a three game gap on third-placed Ballina.
From there, things are a lot more competitive. Ballina and Burleigh are on four wins, while Lismore, Bond Uni and Robina are all on three wins, with a very big chance of sneaking into that top four.