It was a win after a win type of day for the Mudgee Dragons club as all four competing teams took first round wins against the Cowra Magpies at Glen Willow Stadium on April 14.
First up it was the ladies league tag who took a 12-0 win against the Cowra side, with Sally Harris voted woman of the match.
Then it was the under 18s side who proved dominant to claim an 18-10 win with Keith Jacobs named man of the match.
Soon after it was the first division side who defeated the Cowra Magpies with a 36-14 victory, while Nick Wilson was named man of the match.
Last and certainly not least, it was the premier division side who pulled off a successful hard earned win over the Magpies with a score of 24-12, with Jack Beasley named man of the match.
"Really strong win to start the season having two players, Tom Shearman and Lachie Hill go down early with injury. I thought the boys really turned up for each other," captain-coach Jack Littlejohn said of the group 10 performance.
"Big performance from Casey Burgess and Jack Beasley playing 80 minutes in the middle. Still have a lot to work on with our finish to the game being a bit scrappy but overall a massive effort and a good win."
Club president Sebastian Flack says achieving a four grade win is a weekly goal and provides a significant boost of moral.
"A four grade win is a massive boost for moral as everyone is on a high," he said.
"Especially with the amount of work all teams have done in the off season, it's a good justification that it has all been worth it and a really good step for building momentum for the first lot of games.
"Winning at home is obviously another big goal as well that all teams in sport set - the old cliche "we don't loose at home".
There are 15 more rounds for us to get a clean sweep so we are going to be trying our best every week for a few more.Sebastian Flack