Tarrawanna's Fraternity Cup campaign remains in the balance despite securing victory on Sunday afternoon. The Blueys recorded a 1-0 win against a dogged Bellambi at Wetherall Park. The result complemented their 2-1 victory over Woonona in the previous round. Despite the two wins, the Blueys will have to wait until other the last four games are finished on Sunday to see if they advance to the quarter-finals. Last year's Illawarra Premier League semi-finalists were made to work for their victory against Bellambi, who have been promoted to the IPL in 2020. Only a goal from Tyson Black could split the teams. See more: Dragons fall short in Charity Shield clash in Mudgee Tarrawanna were lively early, but Bellambi dominated possession and territory for most of the first half. The Roses' best chance came via Mitch Turner, with his long range attempt just going over the bar. The match's only goal came late in the first half. Zac Mazevski had a shot which ricocheted off Roses goalkeeper Bryce Daenell to Black, who paused and found the back of the net. The score remained 1-0 at half time, but the lead came at a cost for Tarrawanna with Darren Stone (leg) and Benjamin Learmonth (head) both suffering injuries. After the break, Tarrawanna looked to control possession while Bellambi was forced to work hard in defence. Bellambi's Ryan Hunter then had a great chance to score against the run of play. Hunter found some space and lined up from long range, but his attempt was too high. The Roses' last major chance to score came with around 10 minutes remaining. Cody Cuthbertson beat his opponent in a strong challenge and lined up for goal, but his shot was well stopped by diving goalkeeper Adam Rodriguez. The save capped a solid afternoon for Rodriguez, who was among Tarrawanna's best for the game as they held on for the 1-0 win. Meanwhile, Wollongong Olympic signaled their Cup intentions with a thumping 7-2 win over Woonona at Memorial Park on Sunday. Fernhill beat Thirroul 4-1 while Helensburgh drew 1-all with Balgownie. On Thursday, Oak Flats recorded a 4-2 win over Unanderra, Shell Cove beat Berkeley Sports 2-1, Coniston thrashed Cringila 4-0 and Wollongong United beat Albion Park White Eagles 2-0. Four games remain to be played on Sunday afternoon to determine the Cup quarter-finalists. While you're with us the Illawarra Mercury is offering sport readers 20% off an annual digital subscription. Sign up to stay up to date with all the local sports you love for only $3 a week. Terms and conditions apply.