Blueberries narrowly beat Jelly Tots 41-39 in Portsmouth League division two.
The impressive Georgia Palmer-Goddard rarely missed the net but Blueberries got the job done in the week six clash.
Hornets, with only six players, had their work cut out against Cocktails who were looking for their first win and found it with an impressive 61-18 success.
Zest held on to their second-place spot with a win against Purbrook Passion 41-31.
Lisa Walker made neat and accurate passes and Heaven Sent had a close game with JPC but pulled away in the third quarter to win 30-23.
In division three, Flames pipped Springers Left to the post, winning 28-22, and Chloe Finlay claimed rebounds to make sure her team Jelly Beans beat Purbrook Petals 41-21.
Teamforce seconds remain unbeaten as they had a strong game against Westowen Reds, winning 46-7, and Pebbles narrowly missed out on a win despite being up at half-time against 10th Hole Tigers as Rosalie Cattermole displayed some super shooting to end the game 23-21.
In division four it was Abar Tigers who claimed the win against six-player Dragons 43-27 as Hannah Eastland dominated in defence and Purbrook Poppies made sure they remained top and unbeaten as they won 23-9, with Clare Whitehead working hard against Springers Right.
Woodmancote jumped up a spot after claiming five points against Chameleons winning 43-26.
And Purple Chaos had a great game against Purbrook Polka Dots with scintillating shooting from Jenna Turner winning 39-22.
In week seven, Cocktails looked set to win but Purbrook Passion had a super last quarter to draw 39-39, captain Charlotte Belcher impressed. Zest worked hard with super shooting by Vicky Wiley as they won against Jelly Tots 44-28 and Blueberries had another strong game this week beating JPC 35-19. Grace Parker was strong in defence.
Heaven Sent won 54-20 against Hornets.
In division three Pebbles stopped Purbrook Petals from finding their first win as the game finished 31-20 but Pippy Dicken rarely missed a shot and 10th Hole Tigers had a great game against Flames winning 39-25.
Springers Left earned a fine 29-10 win against Westowen Reds, Emma Horner attacked and defended.
Purbrook Poppies remain unbeaten as they beat Purple Chaos 38-16.
Jessica Wilkins displayed super movement and shooting and Dragons came back fighting with a strong win against Woodmancote 50-36.
Chameleons stopped Purbrook Polka Dots from finding their first win as the game ended 47-22 and Springers Right beat Abar Tigers 22-9, Lisa Viola shot well.