Milton-Ulladulla kept the pressure on league leaders Callala on Monday night, by defeating Illaroo 4-nil at Lighthouse Oval.
Goals from skipper Jenna Maciejewski (23rd minute), Caylie Wise (27th and 67th) and Danielle Sarnacki (89th) secured the hosts their 10th win of the season and their seventh on the trot.
The Panthers now sit on 33 points after 12 Shoalhaven District Football Association rounds, just three behind leaders Callala - who downed Shoalhaven Heads-Berry Maroon 8-1 at Vic Zealand Oval.
Madison Cater scored a hat-trick for the visitors while Samara Wehmeyer found the back of the net twice.
Others to score for the Brumbies were Melissa Siavelis, Kaitlyn Sennitt and Alicia Boome.
Charlotte Ryan was the Sharks' lone goal-scorer.
In the final of Monday's make-up fixtures, postponed due to the COVID-19 lockdown, Huskisson-Vincentia edged Heads Blue 1-nil thanks to an Emma Cox strike in the 67th minute.
Round 12's other game was won by Shoalhaven United, who overcame St Georges Basin 6-1 last Tuesday - with Sussex having the bye.
After 12 rounds, Callala and Milton sit in first and second respectively, ahead of Heads Maroon (27 points), Huskisson (22), Sussex (19), United (16), Illaroo (13), Basin (nine) and Heads Blue (three).
Action resumes Tuesday, July 13, which will see Illaroo host Huskisson, Callala play Milton in a top of the table fixture, Sussex takes on Heads Maroon and Heads Blue entertain Basin, with United having the bye.