The top of the Group 20 table is pointing towards a thrilling end of the season with five games remaining as the top three teams separated by just two points.
The Black and Whites have maintained their possession of the top position following a 38-0 win over local rivals Waratahs at Exies Oval.
The Panthers were able to make a fast start with Sophie Bozic getting over the line with just over two minutes gone after a mistake from the Waratahs at the kick-off.
The Black and Whites were able to pin the Waratahs in their own 30 metres, and after getting the ball within striking range, Ashleigh Penrith was able to take a dart from dummy half and score under the post to see the first-placed side to a 12-0 at halftime.
After the Black and Whites struggled to complete their sets in the back end of the first half, the Panthers were able to hit the scoreboard with Lily Belle Misiloi getting over in the corner.
The lead was extended after Panthers coach Shailyn Williams was able to read the play perfectly to pick up an intercept try before Bozic scored her second of the afternoon after pouncing on the loose ball to see the Black and Whites leading 28-0.
The Black and Whites were much more clinical in the second half and capped off their big win with a second try to Misiloi before Makelesi Toga secured the 38-point victory with her first try of the season.
Yanco-Wamoon has maintained their hold on the second place of the table where they are sitting just one point behind the Panthers after picking up a 48-4 win over Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo.
Tess Staines continued her try-scoring form with a four-try haul while Breeanna Coelli, Bemi Leighton, Bianca Smith and Christine McDonald getting across for one each.
Leeton has maintained their close touch as they sit two points behind first-place after a 38-6 win over the Yenda Blueheelers at Leeton No 1 Oval.
Anna Poulsen crossed for four tries while Janiana Ravu scored twice with Ua Ravu and Amy Diebert crossing for a try each to ensure the Greens are able to stay in the hunt for the minor premiership while Ellen Frost crossed for the Yenda's only try.
Finally, the Hay Magpies were able to move two games clear in the battle for a top five position with a 30-0 win over Darlington Point Coleambally.
Delilah Crighton scored a double while Ellie Darlow, Luci Lugsdin and Jessie Carter got across for a try each.
The match of the round for this weekend will see the Waratahs try to keep their season alive when they take on fifth-placed Yenda side at Wade Park.