Tudor Wests continued their resurgence with a one-goal win over South United on Saturday night to in the process shoot their way into unfamiliar territory.
Following a first round win over Olympians and draw with Waratahs last week, after conceding a late equaliser, Tudors will head into the Easter break as the only undefeated side in the Tamworth women's first grade competition.
It is their best start to the season for a long time.
Sarah Willis clinched the points for them after Sarah Vella had drawn them level.
"We probably dominated the game in terms of territory," stand-in coach Brett Lobsey said.
"It was just about sticking at it and finishing."
He said they created a lot of chances, "just that last touch stuff wasn't happening".
"I just told them to stick at it, it will come," he said.
He added that they are performing better each week and remarked on their progression.
"They're controlling the game a lot better than they did last year," he said.
He said Lauren McGill was very solid at fullback, while Millie Sherwood was good at centre forward.
"She played her guts out, ran all game," Lobsey said.