VALLEYS Football Club has the season finals in its sights with only five games until the semi-finals kick off.
A series of home games at the weekend saw all three teams secure a position in the top four on the ladder.
Men's first division is sitting third on the ladder, second division has come into second place while the women have secured fourth place.
Valleys manager Col Nevell said the women's team was happy to get into the top four.
"They are as happy as Larry now because that has secured them fourth on the ladder," Nevell said.
Yanah Floridis and Katelyn Muller scored during the first half taking the team to 2-0 at half time.
But Central fought back in the second half taking the score to 2-1.
"They ended up holding on till the end," Nevell said.
The women are hoping to maintain their position on the ladder this weekend when they take on Meteors in Gladstone this weekend.
Second division will also take on Meteors this weekend after Yaralla was forced to forfeit last weekend due to lack of players.
First division had a challenge on their hands with a one-all draw against Clinton.
"We just couldn't score again," Nevell said.
"And unfortunately if you don't score you don't win the game."
Valleys were leading at half-time 1-0 after Jose Anderson Da Silva scored.
Clinton evened out the score after half-time.
"We just couldn't get another to get in the lead."
Nevell said he was confident Valleys would compete in the semi-finals.
"I can't see why all three teams won't be in the semi-finals. The main thing is to get into the finals. Getting into the top four, that's what you strive for."