Taylors Lake's winless run came to an emphatic end on Saturday afternoon.
The Lakers handsomely defeated Rupanyup by 22 goals, securing their first A Grade netball win in seven years.
The victory was sweet relief for Lakers coach Gab Mcculloch, who has been passionately and patiently nurturing her young Lakers side for the last three seasons.
"The girls were just so excited," Mcculloch said.
"It's been a long time in the making. Just waiting for these young girls to come up and come through.
"Now those girls know they can do it - they know they can win, and hopefully they can keep building on that confidence."
Taylors Lake came out strong in the contest against a Rupanyup side missing their coach and star player Kayla Woods.
The Lakers stormed to a nine goal lead at half time, but it was a blistering third quarter that put the contest to bed.
The Lakers outscored Rupanyup 16-5 in the third term to open up a 20 goal lead and were able to coast to victory from there.
Mcculloch however said she wasn't comfortable until the final whistle sounded.
"Only after the final whistle did I really think we had it won," Mcculloch said.
"So many times this year I've thought we are in it, but we get run over the top of.
"It's been devastating to get excited and then for the match to get turned around. But this time we stayed in control."
Mcculloch applauded some of her more experienced players such as Danielle Johnson, Nellie Redford and Grace Dixon for steadying the ship and leading the way.
Mcculloch said the side would also not be resting on their laurels for the remainder of the season.
"I sent out a message last night saying 'this is just the beginning'," Mcculloch said.
"One thing I've learned about juniors is that once they know they can win, they play on confidence.
"There are a couple more teams that we tackle in the last few rounds that we came close to earlier in the year. It would be nice to finish the year strong."
In other contests, Harrow-Balmoral proved they are at least the third best side in the competition, with an impressive 34-49 win against Kalkee. After an even first three terms between the two sides, Harrow-Balmoral outscored their opponent 16-6 final quarter to put the contest to bed.
Natimuk United burst away to an eleven goal lead by quarter time and cruised to victory from there against Swifts, while Laharum defeated Noradjuha-Quantong 67-31.
Pimpinio also took it up to Edenhope-Apsley for most of their match, losing by just seven goals 52-65.