Two weeks ago, Pete Shea's CYMS were dead last on the Premier League Hockey table without a goal or a competition point to their name.
On Saturday night after 2-1 win against the Bathurst City, the green and golds find themselves on the cusp of the top four with two games remaining.
What does Shea attribute the form flip to? You guessed it... confidence.
He said the same thing in the lead-up to the game and couldn't help but speak about it after the dramatic win as well.
"It's been growing over the last couple of weeks... especially within our defence," he said.
"Even though the first couple of games we got touched up a little bit, our defence was still functioning and now we're starting to play and have confidence that our defence can absorb that pressure and create opportunities.
"We're in a really good spot ahead of the next couple of games."
After a closely contested opening 30 minutes, it was Rylie Summerfield who broke the deadlock in the third term but CYMS' complacency showed soon after as City's Jennifer Roberts hit right back.
CYMS spent a large part of the fourth quarter on the back foot as City did well to create pressure but it was the home side that struck the winning goal as Haidee Watson capitalised on a good attacking chance, burying the winning goal with just five minutes to go.
Veteran Madi Smith experienced the highs and lows of Saturday's game and said it was disappointing to concede an equalising goal so quickly but was proud of her side for getting the job done at the death.
"Our goal was a bit flukey and so was theirs," she said.
"There was definitely a lapse there, though. To get the win, we're just ecstatic. It's exciting for us.
"I felt like we were on top of them most of the game so to finally put away that second goal was great."
Like any successful coach, Shea's always looking for ways to improve and said ball handling is something his girls need to get under wraps if they want to push for a finals berth.
"Control of the ball is a big one for us," he said.
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