The Army women have once again won the Inter-Services Championships and maintained their unbeaten record in the competition.
Despite the Navy finally scoring points against them, having previously gone 326 minutes without one, it was a comfortable win for the women in red.
After a scrappy start, it didn't take long for the inevitable Army breakthrough - Lt Fionidi Parker scoring to break the dead lock.
The try helped the Army build up momentum, and more tries followed and the Navy soon found themselves 19 points behind.
There were some signs of encouragement for the Navy as they tried to find those elusive points against an incredibly strong Army side.
But by half time, the game was as good as done, with the Army leading 38-0.
The second half start much the same as the first one ended with the Army going over the line again and again. Soon it was 62-0.
But then the Army gave away a penalty within kicking distance, and this was the Navy's chance for those precious points.
The penalty sailed through the posts to end the Senior Service's scoring duck against the women in red and to make it 62-3.
That wasn't the start of an incredible comeback, however, and the Army continued to score.
By the time Cpl Jade Mullen went over in the left corner by for an unconverted score it was 72-3 and that was how it ended.
The Army continuing to dominate the women's Inter Services Championships and are still yet to be beaten.