For the past six years the Mohawk Strikers have been a cut above their rivals.
Started by a group of friends in Kindergarten, the team have proved almost unbeatable in the local soccer gala days at Gunnedah, Narrabri and Moree.
Under the guidance of coaches Mark Tindall and Craig Louis, they have won every carnival bar their home one two years ago, where they finished runners-up.
At the Narrabri carnival this year they remarkably didn't concede a goal.
There have been a few variations in the team over the years with players leaving and coming in but the core have been there since the beginning.
Keirra Tindall's son Jacob is one of the original members of the side and believes the secret to their success is that they enjoy playing together.
"They're just mates," she said.
"The whole time that they are playing they are having fun."
"They love it."
So how did the name come about?
The second part is obvious. The first is a little more obscure, and is a nod to Tindall's profession as a hairdresser.
"I said I'd get them a shirt," she explained.
To acknowledge that they wanted something hair-related in their name.
"At the time it (mohawks) was a craze and they all had mowhawks," she said.
And so the Mowhawk Strikers were born.
Sadly this year is set to be their last together with the players heading off to high school next year.