The Roosters are crowing at the top of the pack after five rounds in the Group 16 competition.
The tri-colours are ahead of the pack in both the first grade and the reserve grade packs.
After five rounds undefeated - about a third of the season done and dusted - joint reserve grade coach Billy Hudson says there are still areas to improve.
"We are still working on our attack as it has lacked at times," Hudson said.
"I think last weekend it showed with our completion rate under 50 per cent, which isn't good enough, we need to be better, but that is something we are working on."
However, the Roosters still haven't dropped any games in the seconds with the best defensive stats of any team in the comp.
The club has only let slip 12 points.
"I'm really proud of our defence," Hudson said. "Everyone has stood up and that's what we pride ourselves on.
"Because if we can keep sides out it gives us more confidence in attack."
With a number of players from the club's previous reserves outfit stepping in to the also undefeated first grade contingent, there are a number of players working hard to fill the boots.
"I'm really happy with Brock Ringland's attitude towards our side and he has been playing good footy, and Brendan Kidd has been outstanding in the middle, he shows each week that he is a leader."
Dylan also got the nod from the coaches. "Dylan has been in great form - he is safe as houses on the wing and he comes in to help our forwards on our own end."
Jedd Richards is another to impress with Hudson saying he does anything asked and has been "getting the job done".
The Roosters will also look to continue their unbeaten spree in the top grade when the club faces the Merimbula-Pambula Bulldogs this weekend.
It's a top-of-the-table clash for the first grade outfit with two clubs who line up offering similar styles of play.
Both have workhorse forwards with Jarrod Tamatea and Ryan Apps up front for Bega opposing Grant Moon and Magnus Gillberg.
But as the middle sets into an arm-wrestle the quicks come to the fore and Zac Cuzner and Joel Tamatea have been providing the goods for the Roosters.
Out of the Bulldogs camp Luke Rixon has made fullback his own with some great displays, while centre Brock Seabrook has had blinding form the last few rounds.
There will be a full draw of four senior games when the Roosters meet the Bulldogs and the Portability Candelo-Bemboka Panthers on Sunday.
Played at Bemboka's Colombo Park fans can expect high impact, but clean footy between the clubs.
Ladies open the day at 10.30am with the Pink Panthers against the Bega Chicks. Then 11.30am is the under 18s, with reserves at 1pm and first grade to kick off at 2.30pm.