Osborne coach Sally Hunter believes her side put forward their best performance of the season against Billabong Crows on Saturday.
The Tigers stunned the reigning premiers 51-17 at Osborne, with the visitors forced to travel without coach Millie Ferguson due to Victoria's lockdown.
"It was very hard to pick a vote because all of our players had brilliant games," Hunter said.
"It was probably the best game we've played this season and definitely in the last few weeks."
Osborne is yet to drop the ball after claiming 13 straight wins.
"It's pretty exciting times at the whole club," Hunter said.
"All four of our senior grades are going really well and a few of our junior grades are going well too.
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"We've got a few more hard games ahead, so we're keen to just tick those off and get to finals."
While some Hume clubs were battling for numbers this round due to restrictions south of the border, the Tigers senior side is made up entirely of NSW based players.
If the state's lockdown was to be extended again this week, the Tigers would remain unaffected.
"We're at out normal full strength which we're stoked about and feeling pretty lucky," Hunter said.
The Tigers next task will be against Howlong, who are coming off the back of a 16-point win against Holbrook.
They last met the Spiders in round four.
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