ST Georges Basin continued their impressive start to the 2020 Shoalhaven District Football Association season on Saturday by thrashing Callala 5-nil.
The Dragons, coached by Craig Holden, opened their accounts at the St Georges Basin Sporting Complex in the 23rd minute through Dane McGinn.
After only leading by one at the break, the hosts quickly tripled their advantage after the break.
Tim White added a fourth six minutes later before the game was iced by Dan Machara with 13 minutes to play.
The win moves the red and whites to 10 points, thanks to a 3-1-0 record during this season's Blackmore Bolden Shield.
Elsewhere, Bomaderry moved into second place on the ladder with an impressive 3-nil win against Illaroo.
At Sharman Park, goals from Ben Seyffer, Brock Toscan and James Eldred secured all three points for the Tigers.
Sussex Inlet remains in third spot despite being thumped 5-nil by premiers Huskisson-Vincentia - marking the Seagulls first win of 2020.
At the Thompson Street Sporting Complex, Gary Masterson scored a brace, with Corey Ryan, Brendan Hiriart and Alex Boardman all finding the back of the net too.
Rounding out the top four are Milton-Ulladulla, who easily accounted for Culburra 6-1 at Lighthouse Oval.
All six of the Panthers' goal came in a 21-minute burst, starting with Blake McCluskey's opener in the 49th minute.
This was followed by goals to Ivan Katusa (53rd minute), Chris Karacsonyi (55th), David Freeman (61st) and Nick Mepasanee (65th) before Katusa's second, in the 69th minute, rounded out the hosts' scoring.
Stephen Gray scored a consolation goal for the visitors in the 89th minute.
The final game of the round was played at Lyrebird Park between Shoalhaven United and Shoalhaven Heads-Berry.
The Sharks opened the scoring through Nathan Thomas in the 21st minute before Billy Wallington equalised seven minutes later.
Thomas was again on target for the Sharks in the 56th minute but that was again cancelled out by the Bears - this time by a header from Shane Button with 10 minutes to go.
All three points was secured by the hosts in the final minute thanks to a sharp finish by Alex Rogan, to secure Alex Dicker's side their first win of 2020.
In round five, Bomaderry hosts Sussex, Culburra battle Basin, Callala takes on United, Huskisson face Milton and Heads lock horns with Illaroo.