Yasmine Skene and Emily Keating helped Regals return to the winner's circle on Saturday with a 2-1 victory over The Entrance at Central Coast Hockey Park.
Skene and Keating both found the back of the net to nullify Britany Mortimer's goal and secure maximum points in round three of the Newcastle District Women's Hockey Association premier league.
Regals are now equal second on the competition ladder following mixed results the opening two weeks - a 5-3 loss to Erina-Avoca Beach and a 3-0 success over University.
Oxfords suffered their first defeat of the year, going down 2-1 to the the previously winless Gosford. Kim Tuckwell equalised for Oxfords before half-time but Alex Morrison and Shelly Barrie both converted for Gosford.
Central and Avoca-Erina Beach played out a 1-all draw.
In the only remaining game, Souths and Tigers meet at Newcastle International Hockey Central on Monday (9pm).
There were no men's Hunter Coast Premier Hockey League matches on the weekend.
NDWHA LADDER: Erina-Avoca Beach 8; Oxfords, Regals 7; Central 5; University, Tigers, Gosford 4; Souths 3; The Entrance 2.