In the wash it was Blose who came out on top with his three consistent riders proving the difference taking the round win ahead of Osby and Oldenburg.
Tanti rebounded from his small mistake to finish just off the podium in 4th, while Wills was impressive on his way to finishing 5th overall four the round, his best result so far of the championship.
Highlighting just how close the racing was for the eveing, Wilson had to settle for 6th position for the night, ahead of Tierney in 7th despite both riders claiming a win in the finals, as positions 5th through to 10th were only seperated by just 4 points after the three final format.
Empire Kawasaki's Bradley Taft claimed 8th position, while Duffy was awarded 9th on count back over Kyle Webster.
The SX2 championship heads into the final two rounds with the top four riders seperated by just four points, with Josh Osby becoming the third riders to hold the red plate this series with his second place finish tonight.
The KTM backed racer holds a single point lead over Blose, with Tanti a further point behind in third sport, while Oldenburg holds on to 4th, just four points behind points leader Osby.