Kempsey Saints have recorded their first victory of the season in the Women's Northern League after they thrashed rivals the Upper Macleay Yowies on Saturday.
Saints earned a 12-0 victory in the round three clash and as a result they have moved into fourth place on the ladder.
The Yowies remain in last place.
Meanwhile the defending champions and current competition leaders, the Macleay Valley Rangers, continued their confident start to the season as they secured a 4-1 victory over the South West Rocks Stingers.
The victory ensures the Rangers remain on the top of the table, two points ahead of last year's grand finalists Port United.
There will be no games this Saturday as the competition takes a break for the Easter long weekend but the local sides will return to action on Saturday April 27.
Saints will take on the South West Rocks Stingers in their next match while Macleay Valley will take on Port Saints.
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