It's three wins in four games and an undefeated start for Waratahs FC after taking care of business against Mudgee Gulgong on Sunday.
The Western Premier League finished 3-1 in favour of the home side, who struggled to get things going early on.
"We didn't take our chances so made it hard for ourselves in that first 45 minutes," Waratahs coach Adam Scimone said.
"I'm a happy man, but it's still early days and that's the message to the lads, not to get complacent.
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"There's a lot of squads out there that are missing players and travelling and we've been pretty fortunate to have a few home games. We're not getting too excited, just trying to continue our game plan and build for the season."
The first goal for the home side came just before half time, when a good ball from Ryan Sinclair on the right forced a save out of Mudgee's keeper, who tipped the ball onto the bar. This kept play alive and Tim Kelly was there to pounce with the head to open the scoring.
But despite the home-side's dominance, the Wolves managed to equal the scoring shortly after the 60 minute mark in the form of an own goal.
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A well delivered ball from the right found it's way into an awkward position in the box, where Drew Apps tried to clear for a corner with his head. But instead of putting it out of play, he ended up finding the bottom corner of his own net.
But Waratahs were quick to bounce back with two goals in the next 15 minutes to seal the game.
Craig Sugden was played through into the box where he blasted one past the keeper's near side to grab the lead back.
Despite having all the possession, it was a chance created out of nothing that sealed the three points for Waratahs.
A goal kick flicked on resulted in Mudgee failing to clear and went straight into the path of Trent French who set up Guy Burgess at the top of the box for an easy third.
A notable absence from the game was defender Niall Gibb who already secured a man of the match for his new club earlier in the season.
Scimone was pleased that they don't have to rely on any one player.
"We're a squad and that's the best thing I've noticed, we're united," he said.
"It doesn't matter who plays where, I've got the trust that whoever I put on the pitch gets the job done for the squad.
"You can't ask for more than that as a coach."
Waratahs will continue their streak of home games this Saturday when they take on Orana Spurs who have been the surprise of this season so far.
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