GROUP Seven premiership celebrations haven't interrupted Jamberoo's dominance in the Illawarra Touch Premier League after they fought off the Gerringong Lions 3-1 in a much-anticipated top of the table clash.
After steering the Superoos to back-to-back women's league tag titles on Sunday, Aimee Barnard opened the scoring for Jamberoo - which proved to be the only try of a grinding first half at Thomas Dalton Park.
Emma Manwaring led the way for the defending champions in the second half.
Despite the Lions hitting the scoreboard, Jamberoo crossed twice more through Ellie Virgona and Cleo Fien.
The two try victory sees the Superoos outright competition leaders at the halfway point of the season.
Meanwhile, the Stingrays of Shellharbour shocked Corrimal 5-4 for their second win of the season, as Albion Park-Oak Flats suffered a premiership-winning hangover.
Days after winning the Group Seven WLT2 crown, the Eagles couldn't go on with it, falling 11-1 to Woonona.
The men's premier league had a round bye following a weekend away at the NSW Touch Country Championships.
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