The Yass Magpies and Goulburn City Bulldogs claimed big wins in round nine of the Katrina Fanning Shield competition.
Yass Magpies 46 d Boomanulla Raiders 0
The Yass Magpies recorded a dominant win over the Boomanulla Raiders at Gunning Showground over the weekend.
Magpies' Lucy Prosser shifted from her usual fullback role into the second row, where she scored a double. Five-eighth Jenna Cooke also scored a brace, with Kristy Huey, Jacquiline Pele, Hollie Massey, Tikirah-ann Douglas, Samara Afele and Emily Banks the other try-scorers.
It is the fourth time this season that Yass has held a team to zero points. They have the best defence in the competition, leaking just 26 points across nine rounds.
The win sees the Magpies remain in top spot on the ladder, while the Raiders remain on the bottom.
Yass take on the Tuggeranong Bushrangers this weekend, and Boomanulla host the Queanbeyan Blues.
Goulburn City Bulldogs 36 d UC Stars 0
The Goulburn City Bulldogs claimed their sixth win of the season with a 36 point win over the UC Stars at Mick Sherd Oval on Saturday.
Bulldogs fullback Krystal Blackwell and second rower Madyson Tooth both scored doubles in the win, with Isabella Sheen and Natalie Kamchevski the other try-scorers.
Halfback Lauren Kelly was perfect with the boot, kicking six from six conversions.
The Bulldogs still sit in second place on the ladder, one point behind the Magpies. The UC Stars sit in fifth spot after the nine rounds.
Goulburn take on the Harden Worhawks this weekend, while the UC Stars have the bye.