Aberystwyth Town Women's Shauna Chambers scored a stunning goal to round off a 3-0 victory against Barry Town United in the Genero Adran Premier - and she hopes there's much more to come from the Seasiders in their final games of the season.
"It was really nice to get on the scoresheet - it's been a long time," she said. "It was great to be able to contribute to the win. There was only one thing on my mind when I got the ball from Amy [Jenkins] - as soon as it left my foot I was like yes, this is curling in, which is a nice feeling."
Aber have had some bad luck in recent weeks, defeated in two cup semi-finals and losing teenage centre-half Elin Jones with an ACL injury.
But Chambers is hopeful that the exciting and skilful display against Barry Town United is indicative of how they are going to finish the campaign.
"We've got so much skill, talent and positivity in our squad that's maybe not been there the last few weeks. It was so good to feel like us again because when we're on form, as individuals and as a team, we really believe we can beat anyone."
And there is some fresh talent coming through too - with 15-year-olds Modlen Gwynne and Ella Thomas plus 17-year-old Elan Jones all coming on as second-half substitutes on Sunday, and Chambers described them as "absolutely brilliant".
"It's a huge ask to come on and try and fit in, in a really competitive game as well. All of them listened to what they were asked to do, they slotted in really well, and I thought they did a great job. It bodes well for the future of the squad."