The Black and Whites were able to send a big message to the rest of the Group 20 League Tag competition with a massive win of the Hay Magpies on Saturday.
Lily Belle-Misiloi scored twice within the space of the opening five minutes of the game to set the tone for the rest of the game for the Panthers.
Rachel-Rose Priest was able to make the most of a repeat set eight minutes later to push the lead further as the tries started to flow.
Tessie Muller was able to get over in the corner after the Panthers spread the ball out wide, while Shailyn Williams was able to pounce on her own grubber to push the lead to 24-0 at the halftime break.
The Black and Whites continued their strong performance in the opening stages of the second half with Ashleigh Penrith, while Misiloi was able to complete her hat-trick to wrap up a 36-0 victory and stay in the hunt for top spot.
The Leeton Greens have continued their strong start to the season with a 34-0 win over Darlington Point Coleambally.
Anna McClure was able to make a strong start to the game with a quickfire double before Jessica McDonell found her way over.
Lily Hine was the next to get over before McClure completed her hat-trick, while Elli Gill crossed just before halftime to give them a 30-0 lead at the break.
That would be how the score would remain until the dying stage of the second half when Chelsea Noonan found her way over the line.
West Wyalong was able to keep in the fight at the top of the table with a huge victory over defending premiers Yanco-Wamoon.
Kady Amarant scored a double, while Abi McCubben, Bree Franklin, Olivia Nicholson, Alana Donaldson, Chelsea Wood and Laura Ridley were among the other try scorers as they eased their way to a 58-0 victory.
In the final game, there was nothing to separate Yenda and TLU Sharks.
Kayla Panazzolo scored three for the Blueheelers while Mackenna Clarke was among the try scorers for the Sharks and kicked a crucial penalty goal to see the sides finish level at 18-all as Yenda climb into the top five.
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