Panorama FC have claimed their maiden Western Premier League victory after outplaying Dubbo visitors Orana Spurs 4-1 at Proctor Park on Saturday.
The Goats entered the match with two draws and a defeat but they added the first tick to the wins column with their best performance of the season to date.
The opening goal came within five minutes of kick-off, when skipper Ryan Peacock scored a tap-in following a scrappy play from the Goats.
And just after 20 minutes right back Mitch Cooper doubled Panorama's lead after his corner kick found the back of the net courtesy of a deflection from the Spurs' defence.
The end of the first half was brought to an end about a minute from time following a bad injury to a Spurs player, which resulted in the game being moved from field one to field two so the ambulance could come onto the field.
Spurs pulled a goal back within a minute of the second half getting underway, with the goal credited to Jake Grady.
It was just Spurs' second goal in four WPL matches for the 2020 season and it gave the Dubbo-based team hope of a comeback.
But their hopes were dashed when Beau Yates got around the Spurs defence, found space and chipped the Orana goalkeeper to make it 3-1 for the hosts.
And with roughly 10 minutes remaining Yates got himself a brace, slotting home a penalty to cap off a resounding result for the Goats.
Panorama coach Ricky Guihot said it was great to see the team build upon the promise they'd shown over the opening three rounds.
"It's been brewing. They've only thrown in one bad performance and that was against Barnies. That just comes down to effort," he said.
"it's a shortened season and we don't really know a lot about other sides so all we can do is concentrate on what we can do."
Guihot said once the team found their footing there was no turning back.
Once the opening goal found the back of the net Panorama were able to keep Spurs' chances to a minimum.
"The boys started to foot down and they were able to play their way out from the back this time. There wasn't as high a press as what we've come up against from other sides like Lithgow, who are really strong in that final third," Guihot said.
"We were able to control the tempo of the game and we won the midfield battle. That gave us time to create more chances in the final third, which we were able to take this time around.
"I drummed into the boys that this win is one small step towards getting ourselves towards our end goal. It's no good having a performance like that then putting in a bad one against Parkes next week.
"You're only as good as your last performance, and this win is just one small stepping stone."
In Saturday's other Western Premier League games Dubbo Macquarie were too strong for Dubbo Bulls in a 5-2 victory while Barnstoneworth United FC and Lithgow Workmens FC played out a 3-all draw.