TORQUAY United Ladies remain unbeaten four games into their league season after a comfortable win away to Illogan LFC.
The Gulls are top of the South West Women's Western Division after the 4-0 win which saw a hat-trick for Laura Gough.
Gough now has nine goals in her four starts, only failing to find the target on one occasion so far this season.
The fourth was scored by Louisa Stentiford-Crook who is the next most prolific goal scorer for United with three from her four appearances.
The win follows up two successive thrashings of Launceston LFC.
In the away tie, the Gulls put five past their Cornish rivals, and then the following week in the return fixture it was eight, including five from Gough.
Manager Kevyn Dixon said: "There is a lot of enthusiasm and a want to win in the side.
"I think the name on the shirt is working wonders.
"We've got 22 signed on … all of whom want to play. As a result all of them are playing for their position."
This is the first year that the team has played under the Torquay United name, with six of the players having played in the division as Bay Ladies last year.
In explaining the incredible goal-scoring prowess of striker, Laura Gough, Dixon says it is team effort.
"We're playing 4-5-1 at the moment and she is up front on her own.
"It's the support from the midfield that provides her with the goals.
"It's a whole team performance… she has a cracking finish and cracking pace and she gets into positions to score goals."
The Gulls' next tie is this weekend against Bude Town in the first qualifying round of the Women's FA Cup.
According to the form book, the Gulls should be able to come through the tie as Bude sit seven places below them in the table having won two and lost one in their opening three.
Most notably, the north Cornwall side have been leaky in defence conceding ten goals in their first three games.
However, manager Dixon is staying coy on his side's chances: "Their performance is improving week on week, but as with any club there are a few bits and bobs here and there that need addressing.
"It could be a close game, we played them a few times last season and it was not a walkover my any means.
"We're only three games in and we're playing each game on its own merit."
Kick-off is at 2pm on Sunday at Moor Road in Ipplepen.