An early final whistle due to an injury wasn't enough to stop the Griffith Blacks women's side piling on the tries as they continued their dominant start to the season.
The Blacks came out 32-0 winners in a game that was one way traffic right from the off.
In a sign of things to come, Amelia Lolotonga found space on the left-hand side just a few minutes into the game and managed to speed her way around the Albury wide players to begin the onslaught.
Just a few minutes later, Ua Ravu was released by Eliza Baddock and scored a try in a near identical spot.
Ofa Siale got herself on the scoresheet with a good run down the middle and then Lele Katoa wrestled her way through three Steamers players to get a try of her own.
With just a few minutes left in the half, Albury managed to make their way into the Griffith half for the first time but the Blacks stood strong in defense and held them off.
The score at half-time was 27-0.
The Albury side put up a valiant fight to start the second half, but Krystelle De Meyer eventually barreled her way through to make it 32-0.
Possession went back and forth for the rest of the game until an Albury player was injured, forcing an early finish.
Blacks coach Lama Lolotonga was full of praise for his side after the game.
"The girls owned it. The girls owned the whole game," he said. "They were getting through two or three players on their own sometimes."
Lolotonga picked out Fapiola Uoifalelahi, Lele Katoa and Krystelle De Meyer as the standout performers.
Despite the dominant win, Lolotonga said there was definite room for improvement when it comes to the players discipline and he hopes they'll have figured it out before their touch match against CSU next week.
"It will be a hard game," the coach said. "CSU are really quick off the mark, they run around girls so we will see what happens."
The Griffith Blacks women's side are now 4-0 to start the season.
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