Yenda has maintained their gap at the top of the table following the latest round of the Group 20 league tag competition.
The Blueheelers kicked off round 16 when they met Waratah Tigers at Exies Oval on Saturday afternoon and were able to come away with a 26-4 win.
Both sides hit the scoreboard early as Jordan Payne was able to make a break down the wing to score for Yenda before Veniana Ravouvou answered four minutes late for the Waratahs.
Eliza Baddock was able to score in the corner and with a try to Arieta Taiao giving Yenda 16-4 lead at halftime.
The Blueheelers continued their run and second half tries to Payne, and Neda Amiatu wrapped up the 22-point win.
Yenda's nearest competitor in Black and Whites were able to pick up a commanding 72-0 win over Darlington Point Coleambally.
A hat-trick to Mata Varasia and doubles to Sophie Welsh and Ashleigh Harris gave the Panthers a good start.
The win was wrapped up with a try each to Shailyn Williams, Taneeka Carr, Jadha Anderson, Bianca Sutton, Janaia Booth and Taminya Brown wrapped up the points difference boosting win.
It sets up what will be a great encounter next weekend at Solar Mad Stadium when the Black and Whites and Yenda meet on Sunday afternoon.
Meanwhile, in the fight at the bottom of the table, West Wyalong was able to defeat TLU 12-6 out at Lake Cargelligo.
Caitlin Kelly was able to get the West Wyalong side off to a good start when she crossed in the seventh minute, but the lead was short-lived as Zari Johnson got the score back level only a minute later.
The visitors took the lead just before halftime Paige Amarant getting across the line to give West Wyalong a 12-6 lead at the break.
The sides battled hard, but there was no change on the scoreboard when the final whistle blew.
In the final game of the round, Leeton was able to take the local derby with a 14-10 win over Yanco Wamoon.