A three-goal from Cameron Gordon guided the Campbelltown Blues to a solid victory on Saturday.
The Blues sealed an 8.11 (59) to 4.4 (28) win over the Wollondilly Knights in their round two Sydney AFL men's division one clash at Monarch Oval, Macquarie Fields.
Campbelltown bounced back well after losing its opening round match against UTS by three points.
The Blues were more disciplined on Saturday, as a few fresh faces also started to gel together.
A few errant shots on goal kept the Knights in the game, but the Blues' pressure around the ground did not allow the opposition many chances.
Gordon booted three goals and Cameron Desmond kicked two for Campbelltown.
Best on ground for the Blues included Joshua Duncombe, Nick Hudson, Hamish Sherwood, Aidan Bell, Riley Connor and Jerrimme Allsopp.
Edward Wardle, Riley Mitchell, Tye Jackson and Daniel Hockey kicked a goal each for Wollondilly.
Best on ground for the Knights included Will Wardle, Mitchell, Jason Haddock, Jackson, James Weston and Shaun Paget.
Saturday was a tough day at the office for the Campbelltown Blues men's reserves and women's teams.
The Blues men's reserves lost 10.15 (75) to 4.1 (25) against the Macquarie University Warriors.
Campbelltown's women's side fell 10.10 (70) to 0.1 (1) against UNSW/ES Bulldogs.
The South West Blues under-19s men's side also played on Saturday, losing 10.6 (66) to 5.17 (47) against Sydney University.