The Australian Women's 7s team are through to the semi-final of the Sydney Sevens after beating Spain 29-0 this morning.
They had faced Spain in their opening match on Day one of the tournament, running out the same scoreline 29-0.
Australia are also yet to concede a point from their four matches and will be looking to continue this going into the semi-finals later today.
They opened their account against Spain just after winning the kick off as Emma Tonegato, Alicia Quirk and Emma Sykes helped Charlotte Caslick put the ball over the line.
Emilee Cherry was back on the field again after she bagged a double against France yesterday afternoon, this time she left the Spanish defenders in her wake with some quick stop-start moves.
Caslick and Cherry combined for Caslick to grab her second of the match.
Spain gained momentum to push Australia late in the first term but Tonegato ensured Australia went into the break 17-0.
The second half saw Australia inject Sharni Williams into the play and her first touch saw her go over two defenders to score.
Tonegato ran out the comprehensive win as she burst to the line from 70 out.
Australia will face Russia in the semi-final later this afternoon after they beat the USA 19-14.