THE ANALYSIS: What teams have to do for finals spots
CRICKET: Warwick Hotel Colts only need one point to secure a spot in the A-grade finals in the Warwick Cricket Association Condamine Cup competition.
All seven Warwick cricket teams are in the same competition during the fixture season.
At the end of fixtures, the top four play off for A grade and the bottom three are in reserve grade.
With two rounds to go, Colts only have to beat Allora on Saturday or Sovereign next Saturday to secure fourth ahead of Redbacks.
Even one bonus point for dismissing one of their two opposition teams will secure a spot for Colts in A grade.
Redbacks have the bye this weekend and play Victoria Hill in the final round.
If Redbacks lose to Victoria Hill, they will miss the top four regardless of the Colts' results.
Maryvale Condamine leads the competition and has only lost one game this season, to Victoria Hill, the side's opponent at Slade Park on Saturday.
The leaders won't be at full strength on Saturday. Their two Toowoomba A-graders, Will Gordon and Pat Bourke, only play in Sunday Maryvale games.
Victoria Hill is half a point behind Wheatvale in the battle for second in A grade, a position which will give one team a second bite at the finals.
While Allora won't make it to A grade, they will be aiming to play in the major semi in reserve grade and have form on the board.
Gavan Scheiwe is the leading batsman in a team which hasn't been dismissed in recent weeks.
Allora captain Sean Bryson has just made the Darling Downs Schoolboys under-19 team to play in Mackay in March.
In one change to the draw, the last round game between Victoria Hill and Redbacks will be played at Briggs Oval, not Allora, as is in the official draw.
Condamine Cup Table
Victoria Hill 35
Condamine Cup Round 13
Maryvale v Victoria Hill at Slade Park
Allora v Colts at Allora
Wheatvale v Sovereign at Slade Park
Redbacks have the bye