They've been the team to beat in the Central North competition for the last two seasons and Armidale's under 13 side show no signs of slowing down.
The side which features a fair percentage of players from last season's Ross Panton Cup winning team, have put two wins on the board from their opening two games.
In their first game against Upper Hunter, they managed a huge win, bowling their opponents out for 18 and chased down the required runs relatively easily.
The Anthony Relf-coached side then took on Tamworth Gold in their last outing on Sunday.
Tamworth batted first and Armidale struck early, Charlie Foster snagging the first wicket to have their opponents 1-0.
Foster finished with two wickets, Will Hall and Angus Dullaway managed two as well.
Tynan Bull and Adam Veli-Gold picked up one each as the Armidale team restricted Tamworth to 8-104 from 40 overs.
In their run chase, Armidale posted 40 runs before they lost a wicket with Alex Harris on seven.
Foster departed for eight but Hall and Jacob Miller combined to get the remaining runs in 25 overs.
Miller, who opened the batting alongside Harris, finished on 43 not out while Hall ended with 28 not out.
In the under 15s, Armidale managed to post a 125 run win over Coalfieds.
The under 11s side was beaten by Tamworth.