They lead the way in three grades and have already collected three pieces of silverware this year. So what's been the key to Wollongong United's success? According to club president Peter Vrtkovski, it all boils down to two key words: "hard work".
"It all starts from the top, getting the right people running the club, the right coaches in position, the right players, players that want to be at the club with a winning mentality and are willing to work hard," he said.
"We've got some very loyal players who have been here for a long time. It's about a work ethic, working hard is important. And we take every game seriously. Clubs at times may say 'it's only a Frat Cup game, don't worry about it'. But for me, anytime we play any sort of game - trial game, friendly game, Cup game - we've got to take it seriously and go out to win."
Anytime we play any sort of game - trial game, friendly game, Cup game - we've got to take it seriously and go out to win.Peter Vrtkovski
After winning the Frat Cup in July, United enjoyed a double delight at Ian McLennan Park on Sunday afternoon.
United's under 20s side collected the Youth Cup following a hard-fought 3-2 win over Coniston, before the club's Premier League side defeated Bulli by 2-0 to claim the Bert Bampton Cup.
"Any time you win a trophy, it's fantastic for the club," Vrtkovski said.
"To be honest, I was very confident we would win the youth grade. We have been the best side in that Cup. First grade could have gone either way, but I think our boys played really well and deserved the victory."
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While United were never headed in the Bampton Cup decider after scoring the first goal in the 70th minute, the club's under 20s had to twice come from behind to clinch victory over Coniston.
Coniston scored the opening goal, before United responded. However, a late first half goal by Jack Donnelly saw Coniston lead 2-1 at the break. United managed an equaliser in the 63rd minute, before James Stojanovski mustered the winner five minutes later.
"We were always knew it was going to be a tough game, and it was fantastic to come out victors," United co-coach Steve Jovanovski said.
"We can't take away anything from Coniston, they gave us a good fight. But at the end of the day, to come back from a couple of times shows a lot of character. We're very proud of the boys."
While their Cup form has been impressive, United also continues to dominate in the main Football South Coast competitions this year.
After dropping their first game, United's Premier League side has remained unbeaten since while their Youth Grade side also leads their ladder and the club's Women's Youth League Division One side shares top spot with Shellharbour.
While pleased with their form, Vrtkovski said United wasn't quite done in 2020.
"We are top of the table in all three grades but we're not counting our chickens yet," the club president said.