It may have been a while in the making but Macquarie's first win for the Group 11 season was worth the wait.
The Raiders ran riot at Apex Oval on Sunday afternoon, cracking triple figures in another low point for Dubbo Westside.
The derby finished 128-0, the Raiders' for and against getting a massive and much-needed boost after two heavy losses following a round one draw with Narromine.
The Raiders, giving first grade debuts to Brody Chapman and former reserve grade captain-coach Adam McDermott, were simply unstoppable on Sunday and ran in a stunning 23 tries.
Fullback Sam Thorpe finished with four tries while Boche Satrick bagged himself 40 points courtesy of one try and 18 conversions.
Young winger Brodie Ford also finished with a hat-trick in the rout.
In front of a strong ladies' day crowd, the Raiders flew out of the blocks and the game was over by half-time with the hosts leading 64-0.
Sixty-four points were scored in each half while, in another positive, the Raiders kept the battling Rabbitohs scoreless.
McDermott finished with a double in his shock appearance in first grade.
It marks the second successive week Westside, playing with 16 players on Sunday, has conceded more than 100 points after last round's 106-4 defeat at Wellington.
It doesn't get any easier for the Rabbitohs as they play host to defending premiers Forbes next weekend.
Despite four successive heavy losses to start the year, the club is remaining positive and posted a message of thanks to its players on social media on Sunday night.
"We thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for turning up each week in and out and taking your places on that field where you all belong," it read.
In the day's other game, the Parkes Spacemen returned to winning ways after downing the Narromine Jets 40-24.
The match was far closer than the scoreline appeared for much of the contest but Parkes got the job done in the end after last weekend's frustrating loss to Nyngan.
The Spacemen meet CYMS at Apex Oval next weekend.