Manly Allambie bounced back from a difficult few weeks with a comprehensive 4-0 win over Brookvale on Sunday afternoon.
Kyle Cannon’s side returned to the winner’s circle inspired by a brace from Tess Olsen.
Strikes from Kiah Kennedy and Cassie Rodgers put the result beyond doubt.
After weeks of ruing their wastefulness in front of goal, Manly Allambie captain Georgia Thomson was pleased to see her side convert their goalscoring opportunities.
“We’d done a lot of work during the week on finishing and being a bit more confident in front of goal,” she said.
“It was clear we took that out onto the field this week which was really good to see.
“Moving forward I think this will definitely be the starting point for us to finish the season well.”
With five rounds remaining the result maintains Manly Allambie’s fourth position, two points adrift of Seaforth who beat Pittwater 5-1 on Sunday afternoon.
There was movement on the summit after Beacon Hill held undefeated Mosman to a 0-0 stalemate, allowing for Manly Vale to jump them into top spot after tight 2-1 victory over Wakehurst.
The reserve grade competition is even more congested at the top with only four points separating Beacon Hill in 5th and the leaders Mosman who sit one point clear of both Seaforth and Manly Vale.