Round ten of the KFS competition saw wins to Yass, Queanbeyan and Goulburn.
Queanbeyan Blues 70 d Boomanulla Raiders 0
The Queanbeyan Blues recorded their third straight win with a 70-0 win over the Boomanulla Raiders at Seiffert Oval.
The Blues attack proved far too strong for the Raiders, running in 14 tries throughout the game.
Klaudia Osztrenkovics, Payge-Louise Condon and Alanna Brooks all scored doubles, with Cailah Welch, Krystyana Haridemos, Jacinta Williams, Taylor Galjaardt, Mikaela Turner, Cassius Delamere, Chantelle McKenzie and Shantelle Hellyer the other try-scorers.
Queanbeyan also managed to hold Boomanulla to zero points.
The win sees the Blues maintain third place on the ladder, two points behind the Goulburn City Bulldogs in second position.
Round Ten KFS Highlights: Queanbeyan Blues v Boomanulla Raiders
Goulburn City Bulldogs 50 d Harden Worhawks 6
The Goulburn City Bulldogs notched up an impressive 50-6 victory over the Harden Worhawks at Workers Arena on Saturday.
It is the third time this season the Bulldogs have scored 50 or more points in a game.
Goulburn's attacking prowess was on full display throughout the game, and they now have the equal best attacking record with the Yass Magpies.
Five-eighth Elly Hazelton and lock Madyson Tooth scored two tries each in the win, while Krystal Blackwell, Jessica Zammit, Ashleigh Deaton, Charleen Grantand Jordan Brooker all scored four-pointers.
Halfback Lauren Kelly kicked seven from nine conversions, and remains the competition's top point scorer.
Hooker Natasha Clemson scored Harden's only try, with Hunter Ings successfully converting.
Goulburn remain in second place, while Harden finish the round in sixth.
Round Ten KFS Highlights: Goulburn City Bulldogs v Harden Worhawks
Yass Magpies 22 d Tuggeranong Bushrangers 16
The Yass Magpies held off a fast finishing Tuggeranong Bushrangers side to claim a six point win at Walker Park on Saturday.
The Magpies started off well, jumping to a 16-0 lead in the first half after tries to Samara Afele, Shannon Wright and Lucy Prosser.
Tuggeranong got their first points on the board after a great try to Nirvana Ngan-Woo, who crashed her way over the try-line. Elissa Blowes converted to make it 16-6.
The home side soon extended their lead to 22-6, with winger Kirsty Hansen crossing near the sideline and Wright successfully converting.
But the Bushrangers then staged a comeback, with Amelia Kiriui scoring from close range. Hooker Zoe Podmore scored five minutes later, closing the gap to 22-16.
But the Magpies held on to claim the win.
Yass remain on top of the ladder, with the Bushrangers sitting in fourth spot.
Round Ten KFS Highlights: Yass Magpies v Tuggeranong Bushrangers