Big scores and atrocious conditions don't usually mix but Wagga City defied that logic to bring up another massive win.
In wet and muddy conditions at Beres Ellwood Oval on Saturday, the unbeaten premiers ran in 16 unanswered tries to post their biggest score of the season.
The 96-0 victory followed on from a 92-5 win over CSU last week.
Coach Ben Schreiber was thrilled with how the side overcame the conditions.
"The boys really focused on our structures and it paid dividends for us," Schreiber said.
"The weather was rather foul."
Dylan McLachlan crossed for a double and played a big role in a handful of Wagga City tries.
The star playmaker and captain Adam Mokotupu both returned from injury in the big win.
Schreiber is pleased to have both back with the Boiled Lollies now at full strength for the lead into the finals.
"It was good to see Adam and Dyl both come back without any dramas," he said.
"We're obviously coming into the pointy end of the season with only four rounds to go so to be able to start to string together the kind of football that we are at this time of the year is showing good signs for us to hopefully be there at the end of the year."
For the second week running Jone Kurusiga crossed for a hat-trick and this time around Jesse Uhr joined him.
After shifting to outside centre this season, Schreiber was thrilled to see the Wagga City junior really find his feet.
"I thought Jesse Uhr had his best game of the year for us, as well as Tom Blanch," Schreiber said.
"Obviously Tom being a forward it was his kind of day just being in the mud and running it up but for Jesse to put in the kind of performance he did was phenomenal."
Meanwhile Tumut took a crucial win over an understrength Albury outfit.
With the Victorian lockdown wreaking havoc on the Steamers' line up, who forfeited their women's and second grade fixtures, the Bulls ran out 29-6 winners.
The bonus-point win moves within three points of their fourth-placed rivals ahead of their clash with winless CSU.
The Reddies slipped to their 11th loss of the year after Griffith scored a 29-5 win at Exies Oval.
CSU will be looking to end their string of losses when they host Tumut at Beres Ellwood Oval on Saturday.
Griffith will host Ag College while Waratahs return to action after two byes with a clash against Albury.
The Steamers are desperate for the restrictions on their Victorian players to have eased before the clash at Conolly Rugby Complex.