THREE rounds into the Women's Northern League officially sees two Macleay sides sit in the top four of the competition as players find their groove.
The Macleay Valley Rangers occupy top spot after their dominant start to the season whilst the Upper Macleay Yowies sit in fourth after a 7-0 win over the Lower Macleay Brumbies.
Anna Lawrence, Rose Rench, Tiara Edwards were among the goal-scorers for the Yowies with Lawrence delighted by the teams performance.
"We played really well considering we started the game down a few with some players arriving late," she told the Argus.
"It was hard to manage the Brumbies attack early in the game but once everyone was on the field we found our bearings.
"The rain made for tough playing conditions but we did the best we could and came away with a strong win."
Yowies had the bye in their first round with victory over the Brumbies their first for the season.
"The girls were over the moon to secure that first win," Lawrence said.
The Yowies side will now host South West Rocks Stingers this Saturday at Upper Macleay Sporting Fields with kick off at 1:15pm.
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