BOTH St Georges Basin and Callala chalked up impressive round four Shoalhaven District Football Association wins on Tuesday, thanks to them each scoring five goals in their respective matches.
The Dragons, playing against Shoalhaven Heads-Berry Blue at the St Georges Basin Sporting Complex, put five past their opponents, including strikes from Ebony Smith (three) and Jessica Brandon (two) - to secure their first win of the 2021 season.
While the Brumbies found the back of the net five times at Lighthouse Oval while playing against Milton-Ulladulla.
Melinda Bailey opened the visitors' scoring in the 23rd minute before Kaitlyn Sennitt doubled the advantage eight minutes later.
Karyn Coleman pulled one back for the Panthers three minutes before half-time, to make it 2-1 at the break.
A second from Sennitt in the 52nd minute and a fourth Brumbies goal to Madison Cater seven minutes later stretched the lead to 4-1.
But the Panthers weren't done yet, as Coleman (66th minute) and Caylie Wise (85th) made it 4-3 in the dying moments.
All three points were secured for Callala in the 88th minute when Cater scored her second, to make it 5-3 at full-time.
At the Huskisson Sporting Field, the game between the Seagulls and Roos was nil-all at half-time before the game came to life in the second.
Emily Thompson opened the scoring in the 52nd minute before two quick goals from Jessica Muir (62nd and 68th) gave Illaroo the lead.
But two late strikes from Thompson, in the 75th and 82nd minutes, gave the hosts the 3-2 win.
This hat-trick takes Thompson's tally to eight goals in just four women's first grade fixtures.
The final game at Vic Zealand Oval saw Heads Maroon overcome Sussex 2-1.
Two goals from McKenzie Jones (53rd and 84th) secured the hosts maximum points, despite Emma Foley's strike in the 68th minute.
Shoalhaven United had the bye in round four.
As such, these results see Callala sit in first place on 12 points, ahead of Heads Maroon (nine), Milton (nine) Huskisson (nine), United (nine), Sussex (six), Basin (six), Illaroo (zero) and Heads Blue (zero).
Next round, Callala host Huskisson, United take on Heads Blue, Illaroo battle Basin and Sussex clash with Milton, with Heads Maroon having the bye.