Just one semifinal spot remains to be filled at the Super Club Netball tournament after another day of predictable results.

The Southern Steel and New South Wales Institute of Sport will both progress to the semifinals on Thursday after they swept aside their opponents this afternoon.

The Steel easily accounted for the University of Trinidad and Tobago 86-55, with Jhaniele Fowler-Reid hitting 59 of 64 shots in her three and a half quarters of action.

NSWIS were nearly as convincing, defeating the Gauteng Jaguars 74-45, setting up an interesting clash with the Steel on Wednesday to see who progresses top of Pool A.


In Pool B, the crowd in Nelson finally got to see a competitive game, with the Northern Mystics edging the Central Pulse 59-54.

In a re-match of ANZ Premiership preliminary final, the Mystics came from three goals down at halftime to gain revenge on a Pulse side missing two of their usual starters in Katrina Grant and Tiana Metuarau.

The victory puts them atop Pool B with a 2-0 record, while the Pulse drop to 1-1. In the day's other game, Welsh side Celtic Flames defeated Fijian squad Marama Vou 68-41. As a result, the Pulse can seal their semifinal spot with a victory over Marama Vou in Wednesday's final pool game.

The tournament takes a day off tomorrow, before pool play concludes on Wednesday.