The McDonald's Women's Premier Cricket top four is settled with a round to play after Sunday's one-day matches stuck to script.
All four favourites won to leave Sydney, Bankstown, Northern District and St George-Sutherland clear at the head of the table.
The Tigers (75pts) will finish minor premiers but there could be a change in the top four order after next Sunday's final regular season game.
Bankstown (61.5) is currently second from NDs (56) and St George-Sutherland (55).
Sydney's seven-wicket win over St George-Sutherland not only wrapped up the minor premiership but also the club championship.
"We are extremely proud of the whole club. They have backed up a successful 2019/20 season with some really good cricket," Sydney coach Russel Grimson said
"They have improved in a lot of areas and been driven in pursuing their goals.
"This one means a lot to them as the competition is even stronger this year.
"The club championship reflects the commitment they have given to the club and their cricket.
"But there are three big weeks ahead and they'll refocus on what lies ahead."
The Slayers made 3-155 from their 50 overs – a total Sydney overhauled inside 28 overs.
Kira Churchland made an undefeated 68, with Jodie Hicks chipping in with a tidy 40.
In her first Premier Cricket appearance, Canberra-based Erica Kershaw made 99 to help Bankstown to a strong win against Parramatta.
Northern District snuck home against Universities in the final over, chasing down 185 with three wickets to spare.
And Saskia Horley scored an unbeaten 101 and took three wickets to guide Gordon to a comfortable win over Penrith at Howell Oval.