ROUND five for the St Georges Basin Dragons opened with an unfortunate loss for the under 15As, with Lincoln Berry scoring the only goal for the team in a 3-1 loss against Shoalhaven United Bears.
The boys currently sit third on the ladder.
While their under 15Bs suffered an 8-nil loss to United at Lyrebird Park.
The Under 15Bs also sit in third place.
Saturday juniors saw a number of fantastic results, starting with the under 13 boys A team who defeated Shoalhaven Heads-Berry 3-1.
In the win, Jett Kingma (two) and Henry Small scored the goals.
The boys sit in second place, one point behind Illaroo Red.
The Under 13 boys B had a 2-nil win over Milton-Ulladulla with Noah Angus scoring both goals for the team.
The win sees the boys climb to fifth on the ladder.
A brace from Lily Heckenberg and goals to Leilani Bagley and Tia Kingma guided the Dragons' under 12 girls to a 4-3 victory against the Panthers.
The girls sit second on the ladder behind Heads.
Basin's under 14 girls experienced their first loss of the season going down 5-1 to Milton with Isabella Schofield scoring their only goal.
The girls currently sit in equal third place.
Moving onto the senior men, who had a brilliant round.
The over 35s opened with a 4-1 win over Heads.
Craig Holden got the men on the board with a perfectly placed penalty shot.
Mark Schutz and Dave Brown increased the lead for the team, each finding the back of the net.
But the final goal was a beautifully executed free-kick from Ash Hale that cleared the wall and dropped over the goalkeeper.
The team sits in third place, on equal points with first and second - a goal difference of four separating the three.
Basin's third grade side had the bye this week, while in reserve grade, the club continued its excellent form with a convincing 4-nil win over Callala.
Dan Machara and Tyrone Nye-Williams both scored braces for the team.
Currently sitting in second place, one point behind United, the team are looking in strong form for this shortened season.
First grade was not to be outdone by reserves, however, with a fast-paced, energetic match that saw the team defeat Callala 5-nil.
Dane McGinn got the team on the board with a goal midway through the first half.
But it was the second half that saw the intensity lift with Luke Reid scoring within a minute of being back out on the pitch.
Fraser MacQueen then cemented a third goal with a successful penalty shot.
Luke Reid then assisted Tim White in getting the team a fourth goal with reserve grade's Dan Machara taking to the field and putting a fifth in the back of the net.
The win sees the first grade team sitting top of the ladder, one point ahead of Bomaderry and three points ahead of Sussex.
The team takes on Culburra in the sixth round.
Women's thirds and reserves had their games postponed due to flooding, while first grade had the bye and sit in third place.