With just three rounds remaining in the regular season, there's only one side across all of Group 11 that has a perfect record next to its name.
The Dubbo CYMS league tag side has been the standout team of any grade in 2021 and is well-placed to match the effort of 2019, where the Fishies finished as undefeated premiers.
With 10 wins from as many games and an eye-catching points differential of +206 so far this season it might appear it's all been smooth sailing for CYMS and coach Kaitlyn Mason, but that hasn't been the case.
The side has barely featured the same lineup two weeks in succession this season, with injuries, illness, and other commitments forcing a number of players to miss game time.
Despite that, Mason has kept the side working like a well-oiled machine and with this weekend's bye helping the side get close to a clean bill of health, the coach has got no doubt the standard can get higher in the final stages of the season.
"The last two games we'll be at full strength and that will be a good headache for me to have," Mason said.
"We've still got a lot to improve on and we're working on it each week.
"We had a good training run and a chat this week and the girls know what they have to improve on as a team and they're just eager to play football and play good football as well."
The league tag side highlights what has been hugely successful season up to this point for CYMS, with the juniors having won nine and drawn one so far, while the first grade side has only lost once and reserve grade has only been beaten twice.
The strong bond within CYMS' league tag side has been key, with many players having been part of the team for a number of years now.
Those senior players with the more experience have been vital for Mason given the side has often changed plenty week-to-week, while a number of juniors and younger players have also stepped up with relative ease.
"Kim Gordon and Demi Wilson," Mason said of some key players.
"Demi played in the halves while Madi Crowe was sick last week and their leadership, and Nic Grose too, their leadership has set the tone for the team.
"We've also got Majayda Darcy back. She joined us in the second half of the season and that's good and we have a few juniors who have really stepped up and made their mark."
Sophie Whiteman is one of the juniors who has impressed, having to fill in at hooker regularly this season, while young winger Millie Gooch has created some highlights with her speed out wide.
"We've had to play girls out of position and the team environment we have created has allowed them to do that comfortably," Mason said of the feeling in the team.
"They're a team willing to learn from each other and that's only benefited us and overall it's been a good team performance to get us to where we are at."
Despite all that, Mason is adamant nothing can be taken from here on.
After the bye this weekend CYMS takes on Nyngan and Macquarie, two sides which have improved greatly this season.
"The competition this year is pretty even across the board and it's been a good comp to be a part of," Mason said.
"I don't think any team has played badly against us. Being in the position we are, everyone wants to put in a good performance against us and I think they have.
"It's been good and been positive and beneficial for the girls because they're being pushed every week. I think it only motivates the girls."
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