THE top three sides in the Shoalhaven District Football Association women's first grade competition continue to set the pace, after resounding victories on Tuesday night.
League-leaders Callala thumped Sussex Inlet to the tune of 11-1 at Emmett Street Oval, thanks to five goals from Madison Cater - who now has 20 goals in seven matches this season.
Others to find the back of the net for the Brumbies were Gabrielle Dickinson (two), Samara Wehmeyer (two), Kaitlyn Sennitt and Alicia Boome, as Storm Toms scored the Seahawks' lone goal.
Not to be outdone was second-placed Milton-Ulladulla who smashed Shoalhaven Heads-Berry Blue 16-nil at Vic Zealand Oval.
Catherine Craig led the way with four goals, with Dannielle Saunders (three), Caylie Wise (two), Karyn Coleman (two), Elisha Ward (two), Emily May, Jenna Maciejewski and Danielle Sarnacki also getting their names on the scoresheet.
At Sharman Park, third-placed Heads Maroon edged Illaroo 2-1, behind strikes from Bridget Buckley (20th minute) and Ella Munro (75th).
The host's goal was added by Olivia Alldrick - her first of the season.
The final game played in round 11 saw Huskisson-Vincentia down Shoalhaven United 6-2 at Lyrebird Park.
St Georges Basin had the bye this round.
Following these results, Callala sits on top on 33 points, ahead of Milton (30), Heads Maroon (27), Huskisson (19), Sussex (16), Illaroo (13), United (13), Basin (nine) and Heads Blue (three).
Next Tuesday, Heads Maroon host Callala, Huskisson takes on Heads Blue, Milton battles Illaroo and United face Basin, as Sussex have the week off.