The Cootamundra Bullettes have rocketed back into top four contention after a crushing 52-0 victory over Tumut on Sunday May 14.
The girls were simply unstoppable on the day, running in 10 unanswered tries to blow the visitors away at Fisher Park.
Kelsey Hogan was the star of the show, running in four tries for the Bullettes.
Renae Glanville was also in fine form, scoring three tries whilst Lauren Connell (two tries) and Emily Levett crossed the whitewash for the home side.
The convincing win at home has ended the Bullettes two-game losing streak and lifted them up to sixth on the ladder.
Albury are currently atop the League Tag ladder with 12 points with Brothers and Gundagai (10 points) chasing them in second place.
Temora (9 points) are fourth whilst fifth-placed Kangaroos (8 points) sit just ahead of the Cootamundra Bullettes (7 points).