Saturdays women's first grade game against Wagga Agricultural College saw the Blacks dominate the field, walking away with a 32 - 0 victory.
Vanessa Richards, Eliza Baddock, Jacklyn Vidler, Ua Ravu, Janiana Ravu and Jacklyn Vidler all took the lead scoring tries in the match that saw the defence line of the away team crumble.
More than two months have passed since the team last played against Wagga Agricultural College, where the Blacks held tightly to the ball, walking away with 47 points to 0.
Coach Lamataimi Lolotonga said he was proud of the girls for putting out such a strong performance.
"A win is a win, the girls all played really good and cohesively as a team" Coach Lolotonga said.
"We kept Wagga Agricultural College scoreless so today was truly a fantastic result."
According to Coach Lolotonga, the extended period of time that the team had been playing together for the Blacks was a major reason behind their on field success.
"It is such a positive for the girls and for them to build such strong relationships with each other on and off the field" Coach Lolotonga said.
"They have all consistently been listening in training and and as a result are a really powerful unit."
All is not good news however, with the prediction that Captain Mele Lolotonga may have to sit out the rest of the season due to an ongoing ACL injury.
The day was also the Griffith Blacks 'Sponsors, Old Boys and Ladies Day' which saw community members young and old come together a celebrate their love of the game.
"The win also stems from all the support they received from the women cheering on and supporting them from the sideline today" Coach Lolotonga said.
And whilst the win has seen the Blacks retain their top spot on the ladder in Round 15 of the Southern Inland Rugby Union Competition, coach Lamataimi Lolotonga said consistent wins were key to ensuring they stay at the top of the ladder for the remainder of the season.
"It really is one step at a time until finals begin" Coach Lolotonga said.
Next week the team will head to Wagga to play Wagga City at Conolly Rugby Park in what is expected to be another strong match, after previously defeating the team 51 - 0 back in May.
"Our match next Saturday will definently be a big task for the girls" Coach Lolotonga said.
"Wagga City always play very good so we need to make our defensive line strong, defence needs to step up and the girls need to stay on the ball."
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