Gundagai returned to the top of the Group Nine ladder, but coach Adam Perry is still searching for better performances from his side.
The Tigers rebounded from a surprise loss to Kangaroos with a 44-4 victory over winless Cootamundra at Les Boyd Oval on Sunday.
However Perry isn't convinced his team is playing like they should be.
"It wasn't a great game of footy, and we still aren't playing as well as we were a month ago, but we had a few good patches in there," Perry said.
Seb Cottam scored a hat-trick in the win while Damian Willis bagged a double.
More importantly the Tigers didn't pick up any serious injury concerns ahead of a big clash with Brothers, who have won four straight to move into fifth, at Anzac Park on Sunday.
"We are going to need to be better against Brothers next week," Perry said.
"Hopefully we are getting our form back from a couple of down weeks so it will be a tough game."