CSU kept their chances of playing finals football alive with a massive win over Tumut.
Reddies produced a big effort on their ladies day with a 44-0 win at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
Tess Staines crossed for four tries, Ellen McIntyre scored three while Shanae Pope bagged a double.
While their speedsters showed their class, coach Andy Bedford was pleased to see some of their efforts come from their structured play.
"We're so lucky as any half opportunity, loose ball or turnover they can pounce and run but I liked how there were a couple of tries that were on the end of some really good team play," Bedford said.
"There was a bit of structure and nice hands in the back line. That's what I really like to see."
The win leaves the side in sixth place, nine points behind Wagga City with Ag College six ahead after their heavy loss to Griffith on Saturday.
The unbeaten Blacks put on another strong display to take a 32-0 win.
With four games to go, CSU are fighting hard to keep their season alive.
"We're always going to try to win the footy games and it doesn't really matter if we are a chance or not," Bedford said.
Meanwhile Courtney Suggate put on an incredible performance scoring all of Leeton's seven tries as the Dianas 35-19 win over Hay.