Kooyonga&aposs Ebony Heard was victorious in the final round of Women&aposs A1 Pennant Royal Adelaide and Kooyonga will contest next weekend&aposs A1 finals after another round of close results in yesterday&aposs final round of women&aposs pennant. Royal Adelaide finished top of the table after yesterday&aposs round five defeat of The Grange, while in the match of the round Kooyonga stole a finals spot courtesy of a hard fought defeat of Glenelg. In yesterday&aposs other match the Golf SA Fringe side finished the season on a high note with a victory over Blackwood. All eyes were on the contest between Kooyonga and Glenelg in yesterday&aposs matches at The Grange, and the contest didn&apost disappoint in going down to the wire to decide next weekend&aposs finalists. For Glenelg, Elysia Yap got her side off to the perfect start with a 1-up win over Rachel Fry while Sophie James also put points on the board with a 3&2 win over Lyn McGough. With Amy Zhou and Emma Ash recording vital points for Kooyonga, the contest came down to the final match between Glenelg&aposs Josie Hodge and Kooyonga&aposs returning number one seed Ebony Heard. It was Rene Erichsen champion Heard who was to prove too strong in the end however, with her 4&3 win over Hodge sealing her team&aposs final berth. Royal Adelaide finished top of the table after the five rounds with a 4 – 1 win over The Grange. Bec Sykes, Jovanna Bozanic, Caitlin Roberts and Sarah King all recorded wins for Royal Adelaide. Golf SA Fringe finished the Women&aposs A1 season on a high note with a 3 – 2 win over Blackwood, courtesy of some dominant displays in the leading matches by top seeds Rachel Taylor, Susan Keylock and Deb Christie. For all results and draws, click here for the Pennant events page. Starting times for next week&aposs final hosted at Kooyonga will be available shortly. Check the Golf SA website for further details.