Port Fairy's netballers have enjoyed a quadrella of wins against Koroit last Saturday.
While the Seagulls had a heavy loss in the A grade game, the girls in purple and gold were winners in the A1, A2, under 17s and under 15s grades.
The A1 and A2 games were thrilling encounters with the Seagulls getting home with just one goal to spare in both games.
It was the third win of the season for the A1 team and it is now just half a game from the top five.
The A2 win has allowed the Seagulls to move to fourth on the ladder with five wins and they are now just a game behind the third-placed Saints.
The winning margin was a more comfortable 11 goals in the under 17s, which allows the side to retain its place on the top of the ladder.
The under 15s now have two wins for the season thanks to their 27-14 victory over the Saints.
While the Seagulls A grade team remains winless after going down to the Saints 64-21, coach Nicole Dwyer said the winning form of the other grades had the club in high spirits.
"Normally we might get one or two wins a week, so to get four against a strong club like Koroit was a great result," Dwyer said.
"Everyone in the club is enjoying the success of the teams which are doing well and it does create confidence and enthusiasm around the club.
"The A1 team in particular has not won many games over the last few years so it is great for them to be going so well.
"And another pleasing thing is that our teams are made up mostly of girls from Port Fairy with a lot having played their juniors here and had gone away but are back again."
Port Fairy will go into round nine against Cobden this Saturday with hopes of victory high in the minds of its A grade team.
The Bombers have three wins and are in fourth place on the ladder, just one rung up from the Seagulls, making a first win for the season an achievable goal.
If Port Fairy's A grade side is to win it will have to do so without star defender Sarah Moroney, who will miss the game due to commitments with the Geelong Cougars.
But a plus for the Seagulls is the return of Chelsea Swarbrick, who will strengthen the team's attacking half.