Three wins from three games on the road ... and now the high-flying Maitland Magpies are looking for a big crowd on Sunday for their first home game of the season against Charlestown Azzurri.
The Magpies are coming off a 4-2 win against Newcastle Olympic last weekend - a performance that coach Mick Bolch wasn't entirely happy with.
"It was a bit of a scrappy game and we seemed to get caught up playing long ball football," Bolch said.
"I'm happy with the result and happy that we were able to score four, but there were things we need to work on.
"Having said that, I'm the coach so I'm paid to be hard to please."
The Magpies are the only unbeaten side in the competition and, considering they're a side that has a lot of new players this season, it has a been a dream start.
The thing that is most obvious has been the number of players, many of them youngsters, pushing for a first grade position.
"We're allowed four replacements this season and that has suited us," Bolch explained.
"Because of the competition we have for places, especially up front and in the midfield, we can bring on fresh legs around the 60 minute mark and get that injection of energy we're after.
"In the last couple of games we've done that and it resulted in goals for us.
"So up front, for example, we have Ty Cousins, James Thompson, Flynn Goodwin, Alex Read and Ryan Clarke all vying for three positions.
"It's the same in midfield, five players for three positions. As long as everybody understands and buys into it, we can keep the squad fresh.
"It's a juggling act, but a good position to be in as a coach. Obviously you need to get everyone regular playing time because you never know when you're going to need them to go 90 minutes.
"Also, we're playing a high energy style, pressing opposition when they have the ball, so the fresh replacem ents are very handy for us."
Azzurri have had one win so far, but have played only two matches after their opening round match was postponed.
"If we're going to win this we'll have to keep Rene Ferguson quiet up front ... he's a dangerous player."
The Maitland women's team have had losses in their opening two games but have been competitive against quality opposition. They play at home on Saturday.