Lithgow Zig Zag faced a tough match against Bathurst St Pat's at Lithgow on Saturday, June 29.
St Pat's won 3-1, with Zig Zag fighting every step of the way.
Due to Bathurst City upsetting Orange CYMS and Lithgow Panthers being docked competition points for fielding an ineligible player earlier in the season, St Pat's now leads the women's competition.
On Saturday, July 6, Lithgow Panthers will play Souths at Lithgow. Zig Zag will play away against Bathurst City.
In the men's league, Panthers have the bye.