Muswellbrook has maintained its position on top of the Aussie Rules Black Diamond Shield ladder despite not taking to the field on the weekend.
The Cats won on forfeit after The Entrance Bateau Bay were unable to field a team.
The Mussy woman and Blues did make it onto Weeraman Field though on Saturday.
The Lady Cats beaten 9.11.65 to 3.4.22.
Jenna Dowell, Elise Garlick and Hannah Gatwood kicking the goals for Muswellbrook.
The mercy rule was used yesterday for the first time this season in the Group 21 first grade rugby league competition.
Scone laid on a 60-points to-nil thrashing of Aberdeen at Jefferson Park.
The game stopped after outside centre Caleb Taylor scored his second try of the day in the 68th minute of play.
Jarrod Wicks kicked 8 from 9 conversions.
Greta Branxton defeated Singleton 30 points to 20 at Pirtek Park to keep hold of second spot on the ladder.
Denman was lucky to escape with the two points over Muswellbrook at Denman Oval.
The Devils finished ahead 29-22 after playing part of the game with 12 players after one was sent off.
The Singleton Strikers have suffered their second straight defeat in the Northern League One Premier Football Competition.
The table topping Toronto Awaba proved too big a challenge for the Strikers.
The Stags won 4 goals to nil.
In Friday Night All Ages action…Muswellbrook beat Rutherford in the One’s 3-2.
The Eagles lost 7-2 in South Wallsend in the Two’s and went down 5-2 to Rutherford in the Three’s.