Macquarie United didn't have much to feel down about after seeing off the South Dubbo Wanderers during in the lead-up to the end of the regular season.
The evening match-up between Macquarie and Souths tilted 4 - 0 in the surging club's favour and kept their win-streak alive for another, valuable week heading into the competition's finals.
"It was good, the game went well, it was a pretty good performance for us," Macquarie skipper Glen Schein said.
Macquarie's Justin Sutton put up the first goal for his side after twenty minutes of evenly matched play before the field was cleared for half-time.
"We had a pretty big talk at half time from Alan Auld and the boys came out and in the first twenty minutes we kept possession, knocked it around and we managed to score three more goals," Schein said.
United managed to get the better of their opponents despite a late start giving way to some less than ideal conditions.
"It was pretty mild at the start, but in the second half the weather dropped quite significantly and the wind started to pick up," Schein said.
"But we kept the ball on the deck and knocked it around a bit which helped us keep possession and run them around."
It's been a real squad effort, we've had blokes form second grade putting their hands up.Glen Schein
The next outing for United will be the last before heading into the post-season finals and the club is optimistic their current run of good results will see them in good stead, along with the return of a few key players.
"We go into the last round for semi-finals, at this point it's just about keeping momentum up, we've got Evan Goodstat and Jesse Spang coming back from injury, but we'll also be losing a couple of blokes in a couple of weeks, so we're focused on consistency and keeping our streak alive, we're starting to see good form at the exact right time of the season, I think we've taken eight wins so far."
For that consistency, the team'll be looking to a few regular components that have turned in good results the past few weeks.
"Justin Sutton's had really good form along with Isaac Skinner at the back and our new goalkeeper Mitch Conte, he's kept a clean sheet the last couple of games."
"It's still pretty tight coming into the last round of fixtures, we've all been playing pretty well through the injuries, but we're looking to stay in the top two."