Saracens remain high in this Premier dining table that is 15s after commuting into some 59-0 victory over Darlington Mowden Park Sharks – their 10th win of this season.
Vicky Fleetwood went after only three minutes in front of a flood of attempts followed closely in rain.
Before the next three attempts after the period inserted an impressive performance and the gloss sarries scored five tries to create it 38-0 at halftime.
Harlequins leapfrogged Loughborough Lightning in to second using a 43-7 win.
In an Quins performance, Heather Cowell felt the opening try with four minutes before Leanne Riley and Georgia Newman crossed the line too gone.
The second period started in similar fashion to the first and Quins’ dominance was honored when Emily Scott conducted for try number four, along with Riley intercepted ownership for the fifth.
Lightning secured a consolation score as Cowell added another try before Chloe Edwards scored in the last minutes but Harlequins had the last say.
Wasps responded to last weekend’s defeat by Loughborough with a 34-0 win over Firwood Waterloo Ladies.
Before Garnet Mackinder raced in halftime in eight moments, the scoring opened later building a gap for herself.
Rochelle Clark then dotted down after a driving maul as attempts from Hannah West, Claudia MacDonald and a 2nd from Mackinder capped the victory, also keeps the pressure on leaders Sarries.
Sascha Acheson and tatyana Heard scored a brace each against the Bears – who had been with no key internationals Amber Reed, Sarah Bern and Elinor Snowsill.
Millie Wood opened the scoring until Heard Smith and Acheson stole the show to make sure the Cherry and Whites remain in minute, whereas Bristol picked up a late consolation try.
In Round 11’s final match, Anna Caplice’s late try completed a stirring 21-15 come back as Richmond denied Worcester Valkyries their first win of this season.
Worcester directed 15-7 with 18 minutes left but the arrears were reduced by Laura Kapo try to a point.
Subsequently Ireland Caplice saw her third try in as many games at hand the guide with four minutes remaining to Richmond.
Vicky Laflin choose to go in the corner along with Alex Callender appeared over on debut, either side of Emelie Hellgren’s score, to offer Worcester a 10-7 lead at the break, but their watch for victory goes on.