Leeton United have made the most of the road trip to Young coming away with a 5-0 win against the Lions on Sunday afternoon.
Adam Raso gave his side the lead in the first half after he was able to get on the end of a through ball from Jarrod Sillis and after beating a couple of defenders placed the ball into the back of the net.
Conor Edenden popped up on the far post early in the second half before Raso scored his second of the match to give his side a three-goal advantage.
In United's coach, Frank Alampi's eyes, the fourth goal was the highlight of the afternoon.
"The fourth goal was great combination play between Fred Gardner and Adam Raso and then a really good finish from Conor Edenden," he said.
"They (Gardner and Raso) were both out on the left, and they slowed the play down really well and got round a couple of defenders.
"They were two on three, but they were able to slow the ball down really well, and Raso put in the cross for Conor."
Edenden returned the favour late in the second half with a through ball to Fred Gardner who showed great composure to score United's fifth.
Alampi was pleased with the effort his side showed especially in defence after conceding five goals in their defeat at home to Henwood Park last weekend.
"We moved the ball around really well, and we created a lot of chances," he said.
"We probably could have scored 10, but their keeper made some really good saves, but we took five.
"Defensively we were a lot better this week, which is good.
"It's not just the defenders it's the whole team, but I was super impressed with the performance."
Henri Gardner was one of the unlucky ones in front of goal as he hit the post twice while United had another two chances cleared off the line.
In another positive to take out of the game, United got through without picking up any injuries as they now prepare for the other long road trip in the competition.
United will head to Tumut next weekend to take on the Eagles.