Pittwater know they are in for a challenging 90 minutes when they host a red-hot Manly Vale side at Kitchener on Sunday.
The two clubs met back in round two with Vale coming away with a 5-1 victory.
Vale are second on the table and lead the competition in the goals scored standings, with an incredible 24 goals in seven games.
However after what was a baptism of fire in their opening two fixtures, the newly-promoted Pittwater have proven they are more than capable of an upset result or two.
They currently sit in sixth spot on nine points.
Their captain Amee Dawson, who was named AL/1 player of the season in 2019, is remaining upbeat ahead of Sunday’s match.
“From our first few results were a tough wake-up call and we definitely learnt our lesson,” she said.
“I think we have a great group of girls and have a real team spirit so regardless of the score at the end of the day we are confident we can recover.
“Coming into the season with no trial games we were still getting a feel for our new structure, which we have got better and better at each week.
“The most important thing this weekend will be making sure we finish off any opportunities that we create.”
In another matches, a revitalised Wakehurst face top of the table Mosman at Melwood, Seaforth travel to Millers to face Manly Allambie and Beacon Hill clash with Brookvale at Grahams.