GERRINGONG sit on top of the Illawarra Touch Premier League ladder following their third straight win.
The Lions faced their toughest opponent yet in round three but seemingly made light work of the Corrimal Cougars with a 10-2 result.
Wollongong Touch women's open representative Mackenzie Ford once again steered the ship for Gerringong, after representing the Devils in three games across the weekend in the NSW Touch Vawdon Cup in Sydney.
Ford now turns her focus to her HSC and while resting for representative duties with the Devils, will be hopeful to be on hand for next week's top of the table showdown with defending premiers Jamberoo.
The Superoos are also unbeaten after taking down Albion Park-Oak Flats 14-1 at Thomas Dalton Park.
Those two sides will play in the Group Seven division one and two women's league tag grand finals respectively on Sunday.
The final match saw Woonona best the Stingrays 5-1.
In the men's premier league, the Stingrays stood tall against Wests despite being depleted with players through injury.
The Rays were without seven players but their young guns still took it to a full-strength Wests Illawarra.
Jack Bostock and Jayden Sargent led the way in attack, while Reece Hunt was named man of the match.
Corrimal and Thirroul are the two other unbeaten sides - as the Cougars downed Dapto 6-4 and the Butchers beat Helensburgh 10-4.
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