Three weeks after they were held to one goal in a game, North Wagga kicked 19 against The Rock-Yerong Creek on Saturday in another percentage-boosting victory.
The Saints booted 11 goals to one in a dominant first half against the Pies on the way to a 19.9 (123) to 7.8 (50) victory.
TRYC, on the back of young ruckman Jack Driscoll and Andy Carey (four goals), rallied briefly after half-time, but for the most part it was one-way traffic, as North Wagga powered to their first triple-figure total this year.
"It was a really good performance," coach Kirk Hamblin said. "For the last three weeks we've changed the style of football we're playing a little bit and it's really helping us kick a score."
The ladder leaders kicked eight unanswered goals when they put the game to bed in the second quarter, including four to Troy Curtis, who finished with five for the game.
"He had an outstanding game today, he wast best-on-ground at centre-half-forward," Hamblin said.
"He's really important for our team, leading up and presenting for our forward line and he's always looking lively. He hasn't got the rewards in previous weeks but he's starting to get the benefits now."
Hamblin missed the game with illness. Lachie Steward and Jake May were also out.
Curtis might have left his old back-six crew behind since the Saints sent him forward, but his former partners-in-defence haven't dropped the ball, with Ben Alexander and Matt Thomas also having big games at the back to help set up the Saints' win.
Assistant coach Guy Ward added another three goals in his second game back from injury and Josh Thompson also kicked three.
After scoring 1.6 (12) against Marrar at the end of June, North Wagga have kicked 40 goals in their last three games.
For the first time this year, the Saints have the best percentage in the league (158.54%), giving themselves a healthy advantage over the Bombers (131.02%) who are also on 48 premiership points, and surpassing the previous pace-setters in terms of percentage, East Wagga-Kooringal (151.50%).
The loss leaves The Rock-Yerong Creek in eighth with three wins from 13 games, and out of finals contention.