AT the conclusion of the second round of Shoalhaven District Football Association action, only two teams have a pair of wins next to their names.
The first is St George Basin, who backed up their 3-2 win at Culburra, with a strong 2-nil victory over last year's grand finalists Bomaderry.
In their first game of the season at the St Georges Basin Sporting Complex, the Dragons' goals were scored by Connor Macqueen (15th minute) and Brenden Hobbs (55th).
The other team to record two wins in as many weeks is Illaroo, who recorded an impressive 4-2 victory at Manyana.
Following a win at Shoalhaven Heads-Berry in round one, the win for Andrew Timbs' troops was secured by braces from Evan Leedham and Brendan Thorpe.
"Although we are really happy with our start this season, we did the same last year before falling off," Illarro's Andrew Timbs said.
"Because we had so much youth in our squad last year, once we started to not get the results we wanted, we dropped our heads, which saw our season go in the wrong direction.
"But the whole squad has learnt from that experience, as there is a really positive feeling around the club at the moment.
"The main reason for this is that we are taking our chances, which has been one of our achilles heels in past seasons.
"So if we can continue to build on this team first mentality, I'm the sure the results will follow."
In the win, Timbs highlighted the play of Evan and Sam Leedham as well as youngsters Ryan Goodsell and Jarred Mutch.
Manyana's goals were scored by Tim Dixon and Brent Dedden.
The only other teams to have not suffered defeat in 2019 are Shoalhaven United and Sussex - with the latter having the bye in round two.
While the Bears were unlucky not to have secured all three points at the Emmett Street Oval, after Callala's Tom White scored in the 90th minute, to level the scores up at 3-all.
This goal completed an impressive hat-trick for White, while the Bears goal scores were Mitch Harding (30th), Matt Lewis (38th) and Alex Rogan (54th).
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Elsewhere, Rob Hawker's Huskisson-Vincentia redounded from their opening round loss to United to smash Milton-Ulladulla 5-1 at Lighthouse Oval.
The win for the Seagulls was set up by a classy hat-trick by Gary Masterson - who found the back of the net in the ninth, 15th and 84th minutes.
The two other goals were scored by Lachlan Ford and Corey Ryan, which marks his first goal at the club since transferring from Culburra in the off-season.
The final match was won by the Cougars, who defeated Shoalhaven Heads-Berry 3-nil at Vic Zealand Oval.
Culburra's first three points of the season was secured by goals from Mitchell Blundell, Gui Danielewicz and Jack Miller.