Ballarat Soccer Club is settling in nicely to their new competition following their two comprehensive wins the Men's State League 5 West.
The Reds have scored 14 goals in their last two games and look to continue that form in their round four match-up with West Point SC.
Coach Jamie Winton has been very pleased with his teams play thus far.
"It's been very good to see," he said.
Last week was especially pleasing for Winton as six of the Reds seven goals were scored by different players.
"It really shows off our depth and our mentality, we want to come out and be aggressive every week."
Having a strong attacking pressure has been a big emphasis for Ballarat both in the lead up to the season and each week at training.
Winton said attacking with speed and capitalising on their opportunities has been the biggest revelation for the team this year.
At the end of a lot of these attacking opportunities has been striker Justin Whitcher, who has netted five goals in Ballarat's three games this season.
Winton said Whiter's emergence as a key striker was an unexpected one as he had only played as a back for much of his career.
"It's been really amazing to see," he said.
Winton couldn't unfortunately take credit for moving Whitcher forward, as it was Whiter's own suggestion at the start of the season.
"It's something that we didn't really know he could be. Watching and coaching him you can just see how clinical and hard working he is as a player.
"He always wants to get better and that's something you just love to see as a coach. I think you can definitely expect him to only continue to put the ball in the net across the rest of the year."
Looking towards their round four game against West Point, Winton said he and his team are still getting a feel for their new competition and are somewhat unsure of what to expect.
"We just feel it doesn't matter what team we come up against, we've got a very balanced team that is ready for anything."
One thing Winton does expect to see from many of the teams in the competition is a much more reserved and conservative defense following their two seven goal outings.
"For a team to score 14 goals in two weeks, it's pretty uncommon in this competition so we'll be expecting some adjustments."
The Reds will take on West Point SC on the road at Tom Roberts Parade in Point Cook on Saturday at 4pm looking for their third consecutive win.