The Riverina Rhinos made the trip over to Canberra on Sunday afternoon and came back with four wins from as many games after taking on Radford College in the National Premier League Youth competitions.
The under 13s continued their good season which sees them in third position with a 2-0 win over Radford College.
The sides went into halftime level at 0-0 before Pearson Kasawaya found the back of the net 17 minutes into the second half while Ryan Puntoriero wrapped up the win with seven minutes left.
The under 14s have stayed one-point ahead of Canberra FC in the battle for second place after taking a comfortable 6-0 win over the Radford College side.
Christian Codemo struck 13 minutes before the break to see the Rhinos lead 1-0 at the break before they came out more clinical in the second half with Ruben Donadel, Dom Nardi, Gus Papsidero, William Piva and Rocco Sergi making it 6-0 when the final whistle blew.
It was a similar scoreline in the under 16s where the Rhinos came away with a 5-0 win over Radford College.
The result means that the Rhinos are now sitting seven-points behind Tuggeranong United in first while are three points ahead of Belconnen United in third.
A hat-trick to Jacob Rizzeri helped the Riverina Rhinos to an 8-2 win over Radford College. Jaeden Andreazza scored twice while Jake Serena, Dom Galluzzo and Lewis Murphy score a goal each to see the under 18s stay just one point behind the first-placed Monaro Panthers.
The competition has a bye this weekend before the Rhinos youth sides return home to take on Tuggeranong on Saturday, July 20.