You win some - you lose some is how the local South Coast Australian Football clubs can sum up Saturday's round.
The Bomaderry Tigers had two wins, the Nowra Albatross Vikings had a mixed day, while the Bay Basin Bombers women recorded history with a strong win at home.
The Tigers' men, in the premier division, recorded a strong 9.13-67 to 5.6-36 away win over the Shellharbour City Suns at Myimbarr Oval.
The first two quarters were tight affairs and the Tigers took a six-point lead going into the main break.
Bomaderry, with a six-goal blitz in the third quarter, took control of the match.
Jack Boxsell kicked three goals for the Tigers.
Connor Clarke, Tristan Craig, Tyler Dunstan, Jake Evans, John Muggleton and Rhys Arnold were best on the ground for the Tigers.
Meanwhile, the Tigers' division one side took on arch rivals the Nowra Albatross Vikings at West Street but did not have the same success at their club-mates.
The Vikings recorded what was an impressive 12.16-88 to 4.2-26 local derby victory.
The Vikings went into each break with the lead and produced a consistently strong brand of footy.
Brad Barnes with three goals led the way for the Vikings, while Dale Richardson kicked two majors for the Tigers.
Kyle Fortier, Caleb Sutton, Michael Pelda, Grant Herron, Lewis O'Brien and Barnes shone for the Vikings.
Nathan Snelling, Matthew Bryce, Jake Satchell, Nathan Thomas, Mitchell Wurr and James Batson did well for Bomaderry.
The Bomaderry Tigers, in the women's premier division, had a comfortable 9.14-68 to 0.1-1 over the Shellharbour City Suns at Myimbarr Oval.
The Tigers women look like they are going to be the competition pacesetters and the Suns just could not get into the match.
Emma Dowse, Jessica Liddiard, Bridget Kellett, Tiffany Weynberg, Jaimi-Lee Gibbs and Josie Cousins were best on the ground for the Tigers.
It was a history-making day for the Bombers at the Vincentia Sporting Complex in the women's division one competition.
The Bombers won its first women's game with a 12.5-77 to 4.2-26 win over the Albion Park Crows.
The Bombers played a great attacking band of footy to take the points in front of their home fans.
The Vikings, in the women's division one comp, had one of those days and suffered a 12.14-86 to nil loss against the Dapto City Unicorns at West Street Oval.
Rebekah Doyle, Cassandra English, Sally Hewitt, Bianca Smith, Jaymee Polock and Al.ana Leatham never gave up for the Vikings