South Melbourne is now sitting four points clear of Calder United on top of the table after their emphatic 9-2 victory over Senior NTC at Lakeside Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
In an entertaining first half, the girls found themselves on the back foot after a Varley thunderbolt from long range looped over the head of Ramsay and into the back of the net in the fifth minute.
However, the girls were able to find the equaliser following a Greiser header inside the area in the 15th minute.
Eliadis was unlucky not to score South’s second for the afternoon after missing a penalty in the 18th minute.
Ayres was beginning to look dangerous up front for South, finding her first for the afternoon after her long range shot trickled into the back of the net in the 26th minute.
It continued to rain goals in the first half for South led by Melina Ayres who was able to poke it into the back of the net inside the box courtesy of a Medwin cross in the 28th minute.
Ayres was looking unstoppable for South, with the young superstar able to get hold of the ball following her missed penalty to score inside the area in the last couple of minutes of the first half as the girls held a commanding 4-1 lead at half-time.
South continued to dominate in the second half, with Ayres adding to Senior NTC’s woes with a shot inside the area finding the back of the net in the 59th minute.
Martineau was able to find her first for the afternoon just minutes later, with a shot from close range into the back of the net as the girls held a 7-1 lead in the 62nd minute.
South continued to dominate on the scoreboard, with Ayres poking the ball from inside the box into the back of the net in the 77th minute to score her 25th goal for the season.
In what was a miserable day for Senior NTC, Varley was able to score a consolation goal for the visitors and her second for the afternoon with another thunderbolt from long range in the 89th minute.
Eliadis was finally able to score her first for the afternoon to make up for her missed penalty in the first half, with a shot from close range finding the back of the net in the 92nd minute as the girls secured their seventh straight win.
The girls will now shift their focus to Geelong Galaxy United when the two teams meet at Banyul Warri Reserve on Saturday afternoon.