Kangaroos are looking to build some momentum heading into finals after scoring their first win since May.
After narrow losses to top three sides Brothers and Albury were split by a couple of byes, the Wagga outfit responded with a 22-10 win over premiers Young on Saturday.
Coach David Warburton believes the side is improving.
"The thing about the couple of losses is you could see the improvement from the girls at the same time," Warburton said.
"Although we weren't getting the wins there were things we've been working on and we improved some more on the weekend."
Charlotte and Samantha Burton both crossed for doubles in the win.
While still looking for better concentration, Warburton has been impressed with how they've improved their attacking structure.
Kangaroos now face another tough test when they tackle Temora at Nixon Park on Sunday.
Coming off a 10-4 win over Albury at Greenfield Park on Sunday, the Dragons have only lost the one game so far this season.
Meanwhile Brothers extended their unbeaten start to the season with a 22-0 win over Southcity at Harris Park.
The loss sees the Bulls sit two points behind fifth-placed Gundagai after the Tigers had the bye.
Southcity will be chasing an important win when they host Young, who have managed just the lone victory in their premiership defence so far.