Sussex Inlet moved in the Shoalhaven District Football Association top four after defeating St Georges Basin 5-1 on Tuesday night.
At the St Georges Basin Sporting Complex, goals from Emma Foley (three), Storm Toms and Lauren Gilbert secured the visitors maximum points from their round 16 clash.
In the defeat, Sarah De Vries scored for the hosts.
This result moves the Seahawks onto 26 points and leapfrog Huskisson-Vincentia, also on 26, into fourth spot on the ladder - with the pair being separated by goal difference.
The latter relinquished their spot in the top four after going down 2-1 to third-placed Shoalhaven Heads-Berry Maroon at Vic Zealand Oval.
Ella Munro opened the scoring for the Sharks in the fourth minute before the Seagulls equalised in the 78th minute through skipper Emma Cox.
But the hosts had the final say, with Maguire Page finding the back of the net in the 83rd minute, to secure all three points for the Sharks.
This sees the Sharks move to 34 points on the ladder, five behind second-placed Milton-Ulladulla, who had the bye this round.
Setting the pace is leaders Callala, who continued their unbeaten season by downing Shoalhaven United 10-1 at Lyrebird Park.
Madison Cater led the way for the Brumbies, netting five goals, which takes her season tally to 34 in 12 matches.
Others to get their names on the scoresheet were Kaitlyn Sennitt (two), Gabrielle Dickinson, Melissa Siavelis and Alicia Boome.
The Bears' lone goal went to Shaylee Meehan, who also have 34 strikes to her name in 2021.
The final game of the round was won 2-nil by Illaroo against Heads Blue at Vic Zealand Oval - thanks to efforts from Brydee Pepper and Jessica Muir either side of half-time.
Following these results, Callala remains in first on 46 points, followed by Milton (39), Heads Maroon (34), Sussex (26), Huskisson (26), United (25), Illaroo (22), Basin (12) and Heads Blue (six).
In the penultimate round of the regular season, Heads Maroon host Basin, Milton plays Huskisson, Sussex battles United and Heads Blue lock horns with Callala - with Illaroo having the week off.