EVEN when Collegians Mystified don't quite get everything right this Bathurst Netball Association A grade season they're still pulling off sizeable victories.
They added another one to their name on Saturday, a 67-23 win over Mana.
Collegians didn't get themselves off to a flying start in their latest game, finding more turnovers than they would have liked, but once they hit their stride they couldn't be stopped.
Mystified coach Melissa Noonan said the team keep living up to the expectations they set for themselves.
"It was a scrappy game to start with and took us a while to get settled, but the girls are doing well," she said.
"They have targets each week and different goals for every game and they're definitely achieving those. There's been some sloppy moments of play but they know how to bring it around and get back to the game plan.
"At no point did the scoreline reflect what the game was like. A few of our girls looked at the score at the end of the game and were very surprised with what we ended up with.
"We were two defenders short. Amy Belfanti moved out of centre court and went into goal defence and she swapped with our new star Kate Fallon who stepped up to the challenge."
The win keeps Collegians on top of the table.
In the day's other matches Panthers A Grade continued their unbeaten start to the year with a comfortable 52-24 win over Scots All Saints College.
Bulldogs Verdelho also kept their perfect start going thanks to a 45-29 win over the CSU Hawkes.
Panthers Agriwest proved too good for club mates Toshacks in a 56-30 victory while the Bulldogs Hurricanes celebrated their first win of the season in a thrilling 30-27 result against Panthers Mustangs.