It's too early to talk up back-to-back ANL premierships, but new Tasmanian Magpies coach Elissa Kent is taking no credit for the unbeaten start.
Instead, Kent deflects all the credit onto new stand-in captain Shelby Miller.
The Cavaliers midcourter has stepped up in the absence of co-captains Kelsie Rainbow and Mel Bragg.
"I've learned a lot so far. We've had two really strong weeks on the court," she said.
"It's very impressive to see Shelby Miller step up as captain for the first two weeks.
"Having Kelsie and Mel up in Super Netball and Sharni Lambden injured, they were three out of the best starting seven of last year's team."
In the resounding victories over grand final rivals Canberra Giants, just Vanessa Augustini and Jane Cook were in the rematch side.
That excludes Miller, who has fought her way from a reserve centre to prime player.
"There are so many positives, but most super impressive has been Shelby Miller and her leadership," Kent said. "It's just the way the group has been determined to push forward under her.
"We won seven out of eight quarters last weekend, which is where we want to be, but there's still heaps of room for improvement. The nature of ANL is that teams change, combinations change on court and you have to go in with a real winning mindset."
The South Australians have lost three times in four games, but twice by one goal.
"Just as easy could be three wins as it is three losses," she said, "so we won't be looking into their losses too much."