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Two rounds left, six clubs still in with a chance in tight run home for RugbyWA premier grade play-offs

The RugbyWA division one premiership title is going down to the wire with six clubs still in the running for four play-off spots.

Top-placed UWA with 60 points and Wests Scarborough, three points behind, are almost guaranteed of making the semi-finals with two games remaining.

But only five points separate the four chasing sides with Nedlands on 51, one point ahead of Perth-Bayswater and Associates.

Even reigning premiers Cottesloe, sixth on 46 points and chasing their fourth consecutive title, cannot be ruled out.

Associates, in the hunt despite a slow start to the season when they went four rounds without a win, are at Wests on Saturday.

Associates coach Sape Misa has lost a couple of players with injury from his young side including Western Force flanker Tim Anstee who was moved to the Swanbourne-based side by the Super club from Wanneroo for the finals.

“It took us a while to find our mojo. We had a massive playbook in the beginning but I made the plan a little simpler so the boys can react faster,” Misa said.

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