With four rounds to go in the Group 20 League Tag regular season, the battle for the minor premiership is still looking like it could go down to the wire with the top three teams all picking up wins.
The Black and Whites maintained their possession of the top spot with a 62-0 win over Darlington Point Coleambally.
Sophie Bozic was able to get the scoring underway for the Panthers after perfectly reading the play from the Roosters and jumping up to take an intercept and run 40 metres to score.
Hollie Penrith and Isabella Hannon extended the lead for the home side while Bozic scored her second for the half to see the Panthers leading 20-0 at the break.
The Black and Whites were able to run away with the game in the second half with Haley Sloan and Lily Belle Misiloi scoring two tries in quick succession.
Sloan was able to score her second try of the game before a great combination play from the kickoff following the try between Misiloi and Bozic saw Misiloi over for her second try of the game.
The Black and Whites finished their strong performance with Bianca Sutton scoring two in quick succession while Misiloi completed her hat-trick to see the Panthers take a 62-point win.
Yanco-Wamoon were able to stay within a single point of top spot after picking up 40-10 win over Hay.
Demi Leighton scored three while Tess Staines crossed twice to see the Hawks stay within striking distance of the Black and Whites.
Leeton has stayed in third just two points behind the Panthers after picking up a 28-10 win over West Wyalong at Ron Crowe Oval.
Kayla Frazer was able to score twice while Janinana Ravu crossed for one to see the Greens leading 16-0 after the opening 16 minutes.
West Wyalong was able to get a try back just before the break with Leah Underwood getting through a gap to see the Greens leading by 12 points at the break.
The visitors were able to make a fast start to the second half with Ua Ravu scoring twice in the open seven minutes before Jess McDonell all but wrapping up the win for the Greens.
Mackenzie Parkes was able to score a late consolation try with just two minutes remaining, but the Greens were still able to come away with an 18-point win.
Finally, Yenda was able to four-point buffer to sixth place after a 32-8 win over Waratahs.
The Waratahs struck first with Niumai Serakabaivata getting over after six minutes, but that was as good as it got for the visiting side.
Meps Laweloa, Melissa Baquero and Neda Amiatu all score to help the Blueheelers maintain a strong position in the top five.
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