A dazzling attacking display put the Barbets on the front foot when they faced a fresh-faced St Albert's College side.
The Barbets were aiming to bounce back after round one losses to the Pirates and they did so in formidable style.
They conceded a try early in the opening match before bouncing back to win 24-5 and 50-nil against an Albies side all new to rugby sevens.
"Made a mistake at the start of the first game and then took us a little while to get our groove happening but, once we got it, we were right," Barbets coach Will Green said.
"We have got skill coming out of our earholes and we have got people who can tackle, that do all the right stuff and I think a couple of little of minor things and it sets us up and gets us ready for the back-end of the season."
The Barbets boast plenty of new players this year who are finding their feet in the sport.
Green said the experience from the first week's losses helped them with their performances on Saturday.
"Knowing how we play our game and how we set it up," he said.
"They are still a work in progress but we are getting there, good signs.
"Kasey Gaukroger started coming into her own this week. Lauren Acton started involving herself more into the game and Imogen Dagg, same thing, the more they get involved, the better they will be."
Green lauded the efforts of the experienced Skye Gordon-Briggs.
"Skye Gordon-Briggs today, she hit a girl that hard I think they are still trying to dig her out of the ground," he said.
"Her presence in the field defensively was a real plus for us."
In terms of improvement, Green is hoping to work on their ruck play and tackle technique.
"We play a physical style, sometimes we get it wrong but if we can fix that side of things we will be fine," he said.