The 2019 Western Women's Rugby League season is only two rounds old but already its praises are being sung.
The competition expanded this year with new teams and new age divisions being added.
The Wiradjuri Goannas, hailing from the Group 11 region, have started the campaign in fine fettle across the opens, under 18s, under 15s, and under 13s divisions but development has been found at all clubs.
So much so, female players numbers have been tipped to eclipse the male numbers in juniors in the coming years.
"I can see it taking off," Panorama Platypi under 18s coach Harry Saban said.
"Especially in the age groups from 15s to 18s and even 13s. I do know in the junior comp, from the 13s to 15s, 16s is where they [boys] start to drop off, whereas with the girls, that's where they start to pick up.
"That's where you get the big numbers, if you look at the under 15 Platypi, I'm pretty sure they have got 26 players in that squad.
"The women now, they are playing on TV, they are playing State of Origin, they playing for Australia - it's only going to get bigger and better.
"I reckon in the next five years, girls will probably out-number boys in teams - it's just a feeling you get and you can see it coming through."
Saban, in his first year of coaching in the WWRL, stated the passion and drive within the women's sides is something he has been impressed with the most.
The competition has been running for less than five years but comments like that have become common place, with Goannas juniors coach Kaitlyn Mason stating earlier in the week she felt "honoured" to be a part of the club.
"Working with the girls and their personalities, their self esteem is a big things I've noticed," Saban added.
"They are a great bunch of girls, I wouldn't want any other team, they work well, they listen well and we all have a laugh," he said.
The action continues this weekend in the WWRL.
The Goannas will look to keep their winning runs going when they travel to Condobolin to take on Woodbridge Cup while Castlereagh plays host to the Platypi and then Mudgee Dragons take on the Vipers.
The Goannas and Orange-based Vipers will then meet next Wednesday as the curtain-raiser for the Western Rams-France game in front of what is expected to be a huge crowd at Parkes.