Tuggeranong, Queanbeyan and Goulburn all recorded wins in round 11 of the Specsavers Katrina Fanning Shield.
Tuggeranong Bushrangers 30 d UC Stars 4
The Tuggeranong Bushrangers bounced back from last week's loss with a 26 point victory over the UC Stars at Greenway Oval on Saturday.
The Bushrangers opened the scoring after two minutes, with Jasmine Castro scooting over the try-line from dummy half. Tuggeranong soon extended their lead to 12-0, with tries to Amelia Kiriui and Ahlivia Ingram.
The Stars hit back in the 16th minute, after winger Mary-Ellen O'Brien gathered a Jessica Stanley kick and planted it over the try-line for a four-pointer, bringing the score to 12-4.
But from there it was all the Bushrangers, with the side running in four straight tries to claim victory.
Maata Alai-Lokeni, Emily Madrid, Tiana Malner and Kiriui were the other try-scorers for the home team.
The win sees Tuggeranong skip three points ahead on the Stars in fourth place.
Round 12 KFS Highlights: Tuggeranong Bushrangers v UC Stars
Queanbeyan Blues 72 d Harden Worhawks 0
The Queanbeyan Blues continued their strong momentum with a dominant victory over the Harden Worhawks at McLean Oval on Saturday.
It was the Blues fourth straight win as they continue to build on their performances each week.
The Blues attack was again sharp and dangerous as they scored 70 or more points in the second straight week.
In her first game at fullback this season, Klaudia Osztrenkovics scored four tries in the win and she is now the competition's top try scorer with 14 tries over 11 rounds.
Second rower Alanna Brooks also scored four tries, hooker Payge-Louise Condon a double and Alexia Papanicolaou, Krystyana Haridemos, Mikaela Turner and Tracy Hunter one try each.
The win sees the Blues finish the round in third place, while Harden sit in sixth spot.
Goulburn City Bulldogs 48 d Boomanulla Raiders 0
The Goulburn City Bulldogs also recorded their fourth straight win with a 48 point victory over the Boomanulla Raiders at Keith Tourneir Memorial Oval on Saturday.
It's the fourth time this season that the Goulburn side has held a team to zero points in a game.
Pearl Rakete scored a hat-trick in the win, while fullback Krystal Blackwell scored a double. Charleen Grant, Valda Kimber, Isabella Sheen and Maccie Whittick were the other try-scorers for the visitors.
Halfback Lauren Kelly kicked six goals and remains the top points scorer in the competition, eight points ahead of Blues hooker Payge-Louise Condon.
Goulburn remain in second place on the ladder, trailing Yass by three points. Boomanulla remain on the bottom of the ladder.
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