AFTER opening the 2020 Blackmore Bolden Shield with two draws and a win, premiers Huskisson-Vincentia have stormed into the top four on the back two consecutive victories.
The most recent came on Saturday when Rob Hawker's men dismantled Milton-Ulladulla 4-nil at the Huskisson Sporting Field.
The four-goal Shoalhaven District Football Association win was set up by finishes from Alex Boardman, Corey Ryan, Lewis Archibald and Jeremy Smith.
The green and whites now sit in third, on eight points, behind St Georges Basin (13) and Bomaderry (12).
Leaders Basin were forced to work for their three points on Saturday at Culburra Oval.
Two goals from skipper Brenden Hobbs and one from substitute Tyrone Nye-Williams secured Craig Holden maximum points - with Hugh Harrison and Mitchell Blundell scoring for the hosts.
While Bomaderry easily accounted for Sussex Inlet at Bomaderry Oval 3-nil.
Ben Seyffer opened the Tigers' scoring in the 12th minute before a second half brace from Brendan Kellett - who now has eight goals this season - sealed the win.
Equal with the Seagulls on eight points are Shoalhaven United, who had a commanding 8-1 victory against Callala on Saturday.
Shane Button scored four goals in the win for the Bears, with Alex Rogan, Billy Wallington, Luke Kellett and captain Shaun Aldous also finding the back of the net at Lyrebird Park.
The game of round five ended in a draw, with Shoalhaven Heads-Berry and Illaroo both scoring once each at Vic Zealand Oval.
Charlie Howard opened the scoring in the eight minute for the hosts before Joseph Morrison equalised in the 90th minute, to secure the Roos a valuable point.
Next round, Huskisson hosts Culburra, Milton takes on Bomaderry, United lock horns with Basin, Illaroo entertains Callala and Sussex battles Heads.