Just two weeks after celebrating their first-ever win, the Gunnedah Bulldogs women's side are flying high.
They have won three-in-a-row to four rounds into their maiden season sit atop the AFL North West ladder.
On Saturday they scored their biggest win to date - a 22.13 (145) to 1.3 (9) rout of a Moree Suns' outfit they had beaten 10.19 (79) to 1.0 (6) the previous week.
Alice Mitchell and Zoe Palmer led the blitz with four goals, while Dakota Milne (three) and Miah Bryant and Laura Ewington (two) also kicked multiples.
Bulldogs co-coach Sam Proudfoot admitted it is "unbelievable" to think that they are in the position they are in, although as he pointed out it is still only early, but said is a credit to their commitment.
"It's a reflection of the great work from the girls, their brilliant approach to training and executing the game plan on the day," he said.
Their run was a real feature, but for Proudfoot the most impressive aspect of Saturday was the spread of kickers.
"We had 12 goal kickers across the day, and no-one kicked more than four," he said.
"That coupled up with our linking play and our ability to make the right options with our plays."
He was loathe to single anyone out in what was a good team performance.
Palmer did pick up the coaches award and Bryant the players' player, which also comes with the honour of captaining them in their next game.
But that could have gone to anyone.
They will get a clearer picture of how they are travelling over the next couple of weeks with a couple of tough road trips, starting with Inverell on Saturday.