Prior to CYMS' 3-0 round four victory against Souths, Pete Shea's Premier League Hockey outfit hadn't score a goal for the entire winter.
The girls in gold were dead last on the table after a treacherous run of opponents to start the season as they faced Panthers, Confederates and St Pat's to kick things off.
And while Souths weren't a side to be taken lightly, Shea admitted that the round four task - as well as Saturday's contest with Bathurst City - won't be as daunting for his girls as the opening three were.
With only three games to go, the coach knows that a postseason berth is a tall order but given the confidence his girls took out of their breakthrough win, he's not prepared to rule them out.
"We got a bit of time and space to think and make decisions against Souths," Shea said.
"When we scored that first goal, you could see the confidence in the team lift. After that, things just seemed to work."
And that confidence translated into a Thursday night training sessions and Shea knows if it also makes the trip to the Orange Hockey Complex on Saturday, a win will be easier to come by.
"The mood was quite buoyant last night," he said.
"We need to take our confidence into this game... if we can start well and create a few opportunities, we can potentially get a win.
"We need to put a lot of pressure on City. If we play well in these last three games, the results will take care of themselves."
CYMS finish the season off with matches against City, Ex-Services and Parkes, three contests that appear winnable on paper.
"It's a bit of an easier run for us," he said.
The contest kicks off at 12.30pm at the Orange Hockey Complex.
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