Tathra United Football Club's senior teams all played away games in Merimbula over the weekend.
The senior sides each faced off against the Merimbula Grasshoppers, while club officials said juniors all had byes for the second representative weekend.
Reserve grade suffered a 1-0 loss to the Grasshoppers after level-pegging at 0-0.
An unlucky penalty awarded from an unintentional hand-ball in the box was converted by the Merimbula striker.
"But otherwise the game was very even and a good effort given that Tathra Reserve Grade team had only one sub and were playing a faster, more youthful Merimbula team," a spokesman for the club said.
The all-age women's side went down 2-0 to Merimbula after the hosts had scored both goals in the opening half.
Officials said it was a great effort by the visitors, who were understrength and only had one substitute on the bench - who was recovering from a cold.
Officials said it was a great effort from Melissa Platts playing as goalkeeper for her first time, making several good saves and keeping a second half clean sheet.
Poppy Collins impressed in attack for Tathra with many good runs forward.
United's first grade side won a 1-0 encounter with the Grasshoppers. Ashlyn Deighan scored the winning goal off the inside of the post after a sequence of four passes put him in position to score for Tathra who held on to secure all three points making it two wins from three starts for an improving Tathra First Grade team.
The club play Pambula this weekend.