It was an historic occasion on the weekend when the Maitland Magpies women's team recorded their first ever Premier League win.
And it wasn't your standard win by any means. After a scoreless first half, the floodgates opened with eight second half goals as the Magpies ran out comfortable 6-2 winners over Adamstown Rosebud.
"There was plenty of smiles and celebration in the shed afterwards, that's for sure," an elated coach Keelan Hamilton said.
"We have had a pretty tough draw. We were beaten 5-2 in the first round by Broadmeadow -they're one of the favourites and that scoreline was probably hard on us because it was a tough game.
"Then in the second game we let in a late goal to go down 3-2 against Charlestown Azzurri. We probably deserved a point there.
"So the girl reckon they've earned this one."
Whatever Hamilton's half time address was, it sure did the trick.
"I'd love to say it was some magic advice, but all we did was tweak a couple of things," he said. "It was all the girls after that.
"But we're going okay. We've scored more goals than any side, so we just need to tighten the defence a bit and we'll be fine.
"Having said that, I would much rather see our players take the game on and back themselves, than Iack the confidence to do it. I'd rather us scoring goals than playing dour nil-all draws."
Hamilton has not set any goals for this season because "I don't want to put a ceiling on it".
He wants his team to continue improving, and continue enjoying what they're doing.
"We have another hard game coming up in Warners Bay. That's three of the top teams we'd have played in the early rounds," he said.
"We aren't getting ahead of ourselves, but we know that we're competitive at this level and have made a reasonable.
"We've been getting okay crowds, but we're hoping if we can start stringing some good results together, we'll get people turning up a bit earlier to watch our team play some bright, attractive football."
The goal scorers were Chelsea Gay (three), Merecedes McNab (two) and Kate Heap.
The men's team had another win, their fourth from four games, to sit on top of the ladder in what was a great day for Magpies football.