The Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy were on fire at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday afternoon, taking down the Wests Tigers 24-8 for their third win of the season.
The Roosters were near unstoppable in the first half, scoring 18 unanswered points to gain a handy lead over the visitors.
Zoe Cass was first over the line after some nifty play saw her fight her way over in the corner, while Avalon Pallier joined in minutes later.
To close out the first half, Shernille Ellis and Tarnee Evans both nothed four-pointers.
The Wests Tigers drew first blood in the second, but the Roosters hit straight back through Zoe Cass for her second of the afternoon.
A consolation try to Wests Tigers winger Tateana Rauhina was scored in the final minute of the match, but it was too little too late.
TRIES: Zoe Cass x2, Avalon Pallier, Shernie Ellis, Tarnee Evans
CONVERSIONS: Jada Karam 2/5
Matts fall to top of the table Bulldogs
The Sydney Roosters took on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (0-40) in Round five of the Harold Matthews Cup at Belmore Sports Ground on Saturday.
The first half was competitive, but after a few Roosters handling errors the Bulldogs ended the first half 0-12.
Following the break, the classy Bulldogs team proceeded to score in the opening moments of the second half with a strong effort by Paul Alamoti, then followed by a Lajauan Vito double amongst eight of the Bulldogs total tries.