In a showing of strength from the Black and Whites, they were able to put together a dominant performance to take a 30-0 win in their top-of-the-table clash with Yanco-Wamoon.
Both sides went into the weekend undefeated, and the winner knew top spot would be up for grabs.
In a back and forth first half where both teams had chances to score the Black and Whites went into the halftime break with a narrow 4-0 lead after a try to Shailyn Williams in the 15th minute.
The Panthers started the second half with a bang as Sophie Bozic, and Ashleigh Penrith crossed in the opening 10 minutes of the second half to get the lead out to 12-0.
Hollie Penrith and Hayley Sloan scored two quick tries for the Black and Whites before Brooke Luhrs put the finishing touches on their big win to see them come away with the 30-0 victory and with the win have now moved two wins clear at the top of the table.
Meanwhile, Yenda has continued their climb up the table after their second straight win after defeating Darlington Point Coleambally.
Yenda was able to take the lead in the eighth minute when Melissa Baquero found her way across the line before scoring right on half time to take a 10-0 lead into the break.
The Blueheelers continued their surge in the second half with two tries in the opening six minutes of the second half to see the lead extend to 20-0.
Riri Loelu and Casey Payne score twice in three minutes before Zoe Stockton wrapped up the win for the Blueheelers that sees them climb into the sixth position.
West Wyalong was able to take a narrow 14-10 victory over Waratahs at Ron Crowe Oval.
The home side was able to get the first two tries of the match as Olivia Nicholson and Kade Amarant found their way to the line before Waratahs were able to close the gap to two points with Karla Gee and Lenley Tuiaki crossing.
Amanda Bergan secured the win for West Wyalong with a penalty just before the full-time siren.
Two tries to Luci Lugsdin helped Hay to pick up a nail-biting 20-18 win over Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo who were lead well by two tries to Tommi Booth.