On Saturday afternoon, the Taralga Tigers continued their dominant streak of form with a 38-5 victory over the Crookwell Dogs.
Taralga picked up where they left off in 2018, having won the premiership, and have so far pummeled all three of their opponents in the first three rounds.
Crookwell were the latest victims of the Tigers' form, and as they are currently in a rebuilding phase which saw 11 new players take to the field on Saturday, they stood little chance.
The match began quickly in Taralga's favour. They crossed for their first try after less than ten minutes, and by half time, the score 19-0.
Crookwell rallied in the second half with improved defence and managed to hold off the Tigers for extended periods, and even managed to cross for a try of their own.
However, the Tigers' defence proved too hard to crack, and the score was 38-5 when the referee called a stop to the action.
The win also marked a fitting 200th game for Tigers stalwart William Hedley.