The Rockingham Sharks have reaffirmed themselves as final contenders with a 38-10 win over the Kalamunda Bulldogs under lights at Franklin Offshore Sporting Complex.
The Sharks got first blood with a try to Richie Hicks before a Kalamunda try kept the visitors right in it.
Both sides would go try for try before a run of tries from the home side left Kalamunda shellshocked.
Once Keelyn Tuuta-Edwards put on a try to give the Sharks a 12-10 they never looked back, running out 38-10 winners and gaining some valuable points difference at the same time.
Rockingham are now two points outside the top four and will look to a big clash with Willagee at home next weekend to break into finals contention.