The Northern Hawks and Cavaliers finished their opening weekend double-header in the South on high notes on Sunday.
The Hawks showed no quarter against the Karana Flames in the morning, trouncing their opponents 93-16.
This came after a 62-43 victory against Waratah the day before.
Captain Danni Pickett said it was important to set the tone early for the season in the opening double-header.
"We went in to the game [against Waratah] with some big goals and we wanted to come away and feel confident to put out a really clinical performance and we think we did that," she said.
With many younger players entering the 2020 premier's side, Pickett said emphasis was placed on getting them as much game time as possible.
"In both games we were able to get them some really good minutes on the court," she said.
"For them moving forward it will just be about getting them more experience that, come the end of the season hopefully into finals, that they've got that experience under their belt."
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But some things never change for the Hawks, including marquee shooter Ashlea Mawer's accuracy, leading her to score the majority of points for the side in both matches.
"Especially with the scoreline on Sunday ... she was a huge force to be reckoned with down there," Pickett said.
The Cavs had similar success in their hit-outs against the Kingston Blues and Arrows.
After a 68-31 win against the former the day before, the Cavs followed it up with a 67-36 win against the latter on Sunday.
"There's always a few nerves with the opening round and it takes a little bit more time to get settled," Cavs coach Dannie Carstens said.
"We certainly put out some great performances defensively yesterday - Bec Hyland did a fantastic job in her debut."
The State Netball League will take a week off before the Hawks face Devon at UIverstone (previously Silverdome) and the Cavs enter a bye.