A Rick Goodchild brace inspired Corrimal to their second win of the season on Sunday, as the Rangers claimed a 4-1 victory over Cringila at Memorial Park.
Paul Guido and Daniel Kelly also found the back of the net as the hosts proved too strong for the Lions, who struggled in their first outing under new coach Michael Grbevski.
Conversely, there were plenty of good signs for Corrimal coaches Goran Trajceski and Chris Peros.
"I can't fault the boys. Their effort, intensity and enthusiasm for 90 minutes was excellent," Trajceski said.
"It's just a confidence booster for the boys. It's not like we've been playing bad all year, but there were a few issues that we had to fix. And I think they're slowly starting to come together.
"We've been leaking a lot of goals, averaging two-and-a-half to three a game. I wasn't worried about how much we scored, it was about what we conceded today. And that's why I'm so happy with this performance."