Milton-Ulladulla solidified second spot on the Shoalhaven District Football Association ladder by defeating third-placed Shoalhaven Heads-Berry 4-nil at Lighthouse Oval on Tuesday.
After losing 2-1 to Sussex last round, the Panthers were determined to bounce back to form and opened the scoring in the 19th minute through Karyn Coleman before Dannielle Saunders doubled their advantage shortly after.
Danielle Sarnacki added a third in the 79th minute, with Coleman finishing the scoring off.
These two sides remain behind leaders Callala, who continued their unbeaten record in 2021 by defeating St Georges Basin 6-2 in round 15.
Madison Cater scored a hat-trick for the hosts, taking her season total to 29 goals, with teammates Gabrielle Dickinson, Kaitlyn Sennitt and Alicia Boome rounding out the scoring.
Halle Grainger and Hollie Booth found the back of the net for the visitors at Emmett Street Oval.
At the Thompson Street Sporting Complex, Huskisson-Vincentia continued their impressive form by downing Sussex Inlet 2-nil, thanks to strikes from Emily Thompson and Madison Hawker - a result that propels the Seagulls into fourth spot.
The final match of the round saw Shoalhaven United edge Illaroo 4-3 at Lyrebird Park.
Shaylee Meehan scored all four goals for the Bears, including the winner in the 89th minute, while Matilda-Lee Potter (two) and Samantha Murphy got on the scoresheet for the Roos.
Heads Blue had the bye.
After 15 rounds, Callala is first on 43 points, ahead of Milton (36), Heads Maroon (31), Huskisson (26), United (25), Sussex (24), Illaroo (19), Basin (12) and Heads Blue (six), with three rounds remaining until finals.
Next Tuesday, Heads Maroon play Huskisson, United take on Callala, Basin face Sussex and Heads Blue entertain Illaroo, with Milton having the week off.