Kangaroos and Young recorded big wins to keep their unbeaten starts to the season going.
Kangaroos backed up a rare win over Brothers last week by holding fellow round one winners Tumut scoreless at Equex Centre on Saturday.
Their defence was what pleased captain Gabe Knight the most in the 34-0 victory.
"It was scrappy at times but we got the win," Knight said.
"There were a couple of times when we were defending our line and the main thing was just not to get scored on while maintaining our attack.
"We were pretty happy to keep them to nil."
Sophie Gaynor also made her presence felt with a hat-trick after she linked with the club from Temora.
Knight is now looking to back it up once more against Southcity on Saturday.
After the bye to start the season, the Bulls led Brothers 12-0 before falling 18-12.
It has Knight wary.
"That has definitely got us knowing we need to be playing well next week and ready to go." she said.
"It's our ladies day as well and we never play well on our ladies day."
Meanwhile Young scored another big win to sit on top of the ladder after also keeping their rivals scoreless.
Coming off a 50-6 win over Junee in round one, the Cherrypickers came away with a 24-0 win in wet conditions at Alfred Oval.
Ellie Croker crossed for a double as Young scored six times.