Carey Park claimed its second 2019 South West Netball Football League win in round three with a strong performance against Eaton Boomers.
Travelling to Eaton Recreation Centre, the Panthers came away with a tight 46 to 40 victory.
Recovering from a loss to South Bunbury in round two, Augusta-Margaret River cruised to victory against the Harvey Bulls.
The Hawks dominated the contest before securing a convincing 68 to 28 result.
Two of the league's best teams - Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault and Bunbury - went down to the wire.
Following a nail-biting fourth quarter, the Bulldogs defeated the Lions - 53 to 52.
Bunbury sits on top of the ladder with three wins, ahead of Carey Park, Augusta-Margaret River, and HBL.
The Hawks will host the Lions, at the Margaret River Recreation Centre, in round four.
South Bunbury will take on Harvey Bulls, prior to Busselton's clash with the Boomers.
South West stars Charlie Allen and Brooke Repacholi proudly represented Western Australia's Under-17 side during this year's National Netball Championships.
The side claimed bronze with a 32 to 21 win over Victoria.
Both netballers were then selected for the 2019 Netball Centre of Excellence 17s and Under squad.
The WA U19s wrapped up their National Netball Championship campaign in fifth.
Sloan Burton was picked for the National Centre of Excellence 19 and U side, before Giselle Taylor was chosen for the Tall Athlete National Squad.