Weston have placed themselves at the top of the NPL Northern NSW ladder with an impressive 4-2 win over Hamilton thanks to a Nathan Morris hat-trick off the bench.
Bears assistant coach Craig Stoker said it was incredible return from injury for Morris and another fine team performance by the young squad.
"To get all three points against Hamilton at their ground is a huge effort," Stoker said.
"You go there hopeful of collecting a point, but to get all three just shows how much belief the boys have in themselves.
"They are an incredibly tight bunch. They really dig deep for each other and have matured in the absence of our experienced players like Nathan.
They really dig deep for each other.Craig Stoker
"It's certainly great to get Nathan back on the field and what a fantastic return.
"The boys have done very well without him but it is great to have him back on the field.
"Our defence has been very solid and there is a real belief that we can win no matter the situation in the match.
"That belief has really flourished.
In wet, damp conditions, the game took it's time to gather momentum but was sparked alive when Jason Tjien-Fooh latched himself onto the end of a long Robbie Turnbull pass and in remarkable fashion, curled it over the top of Tyler Warren in goal to open the scoring.
Hamilton got on the board after the break through Rhys Cooper.
The Bears would find themselves back in the lead soon after though when Chris Hurley was taken down in the box by Warren, leaving his captain Nathan Morris, who had only recently been subbed onto the field, to slot home the penalty.
The drama would continue as a penalty was awarded down the other end of the field when Hamilton's international man Shinichi Kawachi was fouled in the box before Kent Harrison scored from the spot.
With the game in the balance and the 90 minutes almost up, Weston were given a free-kick near the edge of the box, and Morris stepped up once more. His incredible shot powered into the top corner of the goal.
The Weston veteran scored a second from the penalty spot deep in stoppage time following a foul to Jackson Burston to seal a phenomenal hat-trick.