The Inverell Hawks league tag team rebounded after their first loss of the season in formidable style.
Taking on the Narwanettes, the Hawks finished with a 36-nil win.
While her team's defence was superb, coach Miranda Morgan was also rapt with referees Anarla Moran and Bryce Smith allowing the game to flow.
"I guess for me, it was good to have really good referees," she said.
"To me that was the best refereed game all season.
To me that was the best refereed game all season.Miranda Morgan
"The penalty count wasn't as big as it was previously the week before."
Moving onto facing local rivals this Sunday, Morgan said she wants her side to re-find their groove that saw them dominate the early part of the season.
"I just want to get back to getting our structure," she said.
"I think we have lost that a little bit over the last month."
"We have got to try and build that back up again."
But Morgan definitely wanted to focus on the officials.
"Definitely the ones that reffed our league tag, I couldn't fault them overall," she said.
"It was a good game."
For their coming opponents Ashford, it is the first time in a month since they have taken the field.
After their round eight start against Armidale, they had the bye and then two washout fixtures against Guyra and Moree.