Mininera netball's top three sides have forged ahead of the competition, easily disposing of their opposition in round 15 action.
Glenthompson Dunkeld's stellar season continued with the Rams easily defeating Hawkesdale Macarthur by an impressive 67 goals.
Kellie Sommerville continues to amaze through the midcourt and was aided by a remarkable defensive display from Sue Balkin-Mitchell. The absence of key goalie Eve Duckmanton didn't seem hinder the Rams, showing just how much quality depth this side has.
Woorndoo had the upper hand on Penshurst from the outset, with a handy six-goal lead by the first break. Emma Smith and Brooke Mibus battled it out in the midcourt for the first half. Smith was able to stay composed and take control of the match for the Tigers, with teammate Sarah Cameron in the goal ring capitalising on every turnover coming her way.
The Bombers threw everything at the Tigers in the third quarter, with both sides going goal for goal. Woorndoo was able to regroup in the last, taking out the match 61-39.
The Hawks stepped up a gear in the second half, leaving the Lions unable to respond.
A light-on Tatyoon was challenged early by Great Western, with only six goals separating the sides at the main break. Kira Stapleton showed her usual brilliance in the goal ring, shooting the large percentage of the goals for the Lions. Sian Wynd battled hard to slow down opponent Maggie Astbury, but it was to no avail with Asbury's accuracy at an impressive 79 per cent.
The Hawks stepped up a gear in the second half, leaving the Lions unable to respond and taking out the match by 24 goals. The win has positioned Tatyoon 12 points clear in third spot above Penshurst and Moyston Willaura, rounding out the top five.