Corowa-Rutherglen coach Georgie Bruce is excited by her side's capabilities after becoming the first team to defeat Yarrawonga this season.
The Roos are yet to drop a game, having already faced three of the competition's top five sides in the Pigeons, Lavington and reigning premiers Wangaratta.
"We were really looking forward to seeing where we stand and what areas we have to work on," Bruce said.
"To play the likes of Wangaratta and Yarrawonga is always exciting.
"When you come away with a win like that against a powerhouse club, it gives you an insight into what the possibilities are and what your capabilities are.
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"We'll take that experience, but we won't let it go to our heads."
After entering the 2019 season with a new group, the Roos have retained majority of their grand final side.
"I think in 2019 when we were trying to find our feet with a new team every game was scary and every outcome was scary," Bruce said
Corowa-Rutherglen will now face Wodonga Raiders for a round seven clash.
Raiders are coming off the back of a win against Rovers.
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