Shoalhaven United remain in first place on the Blackmore Bolden Shield ladder after defeating Manyana 3-1 on Saturday.
At a wet Manyana Sports Field, goals from Allan Potter, Luke Kellett and Aaron Quirque secured Trevor Skingle's side all three points during the round 12 fixture.
The host's lone goal was scored by Ben Daley.
Elsewhere in the Shoalhaven District Football Association, Huskisson-Vincentia remained in third spot with a convincing 3-nil victory against Callala.
At the Huskisson Sporting Field, Lachlan Ford, Jim Niemeier and Gary Masterson found the back of the net for the Seagulls.
While at the St Georges Basin Sports Complex, Milton-Ulladulla's semi-final hopes took a hit, as they were forced to share the spoils with the Dragons.
Two goals from Jarrod Murray gave the Panthers a 2-1 advantage at the main break - with Brenden Hobbs scoring for the hosts.
But a second-half effort from Rory Meyer secured the Dragons one point from the match.
The final match of the round was won by Bomaderry, who downed Illaroo 2-1.
Shoalhaven Heads-Berry had the bye on Saturday.
In round 13, Callala hosts Bomaderry, United plays Huskisson, Illaroo battles Basin and Heads locks horns with Manyana, with Milton having the weekend off.