Goulburn Dirty Reds women's coach, Rob Sheekey, said that the team's 34-0 win over the Uni Norths Owls on Saturday was "our best performance of the year".
The win extends Goulburn's winning streak to seven matches, and cements their position at the top of the ladder.
Coming into the game, the Uni Norths were comfortably in the middle of the pack, and their three wins and four losses for the season had shown plenty of promise.
However, despite being reduced to 12 players through injury, the Dirty Reds were in no mood to let the Owls have a glimpse of their try line.
Despite some hiccups in the first half of the game, which saw several turnovers and penalties given away by Goulburn, the team soon began to turn the screws and increased the pressure on the Uni Norths.
"We gave away a lot of penalties, because they're still learning the game, but it's because of enthusiasm," Sheekey said.
"The stuff that they were giving away penalties for, it wasn't due to fouling, there was a lot of infringements in the ruck and things, but that was all effort, trying to drive over the ball.
"The effort was pleasing, I think our control with the ball was our best today. We didn't rush trying to score tries every time we had it."
As the Dirty Reds were gaining momentum in the second half, the match was ended early due to an unfortunate injury to an Owls player, which left her lying incapacitated on the field and awaiting medical assistance.
After a 10 minute interval, the match was called off and the players shook hands.
Following last weekend's win, Goulburn will take on ADFA this Saturday, who are ranked third on the ladder and consistently challenge the top two teams. The match will begin at Poidevin Oval from 1pm on July 13.
That match will be followed by a bye for the Dirty Reds, which is sorely needed during what has been a very long season.
"We started training in September for the Sevens," Sheekey said.
"It's been a big few months for them, but a break is not too far away. Their enthusiasm's great and they're still training twice a week."
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