Cove Rangers bounced back from a league defeat to Dunfermline Athletic to beat Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 in their latest encounter.
Ogilvie, Sterling and Pollard were all on the scoresheet for the Aberdeen side, who earned their place in the quarter-finals of the league cup last weekend and are now fifth in the league table.
Cove manager Vicki Paterson was delighted with the win over a “very experienced and strong side”.
She said: “We went into the fixture knowing it would be a tough match and that we’d need to be at our best.
“It was very satisfying to beat a team who finished above us last term, and the way we responded to going a goal behind shows the progress we are making.”
Paterson says the team are “relatively happy” with the beginning to the season and have built on a losing performance to Dunfermline last month – Cove’s second game of the season.
She said: “Although the away defeat to Dunfermline was frustrating, I believe we learned from that and performed better in the following two matches.”
Paterson also commented on Cove’s overall aims for the campaign.
She added: “Our main aim this season is to continue to progress from our position last term.
“We have a number of new young players.
“We are continuing to raise the standards at the club and now train three times a week.
“We are determined to continue our progress this season.”
Cove can keep up their start to the season as they face pointless Westdyke Ladies on Sunday.
Aberdeen have maintained their 100% start – although they sit second in the division.
A 7-0 thrashing of East Fife saw Chloe Glover continuing her fantastic start to the campaign, scoring four times. Eilidh Shore netted twice and Bayley Hutchison notched as well.
Both Aberdeen and Dunfermline sit on a goal difference of 16, but after a 10-0 victory on Sunday, Dunfermline have the slight advantage.
Aberdeen will travel the 15 miles to take on Stonehaven in their next league fixture.
Stonehaven are sitting in mid-table after being beaten by Buchan – who have also maintained a 100% record.
Buchan are now fourth in the division, with Kelty Hearts the other side joining Aberdeen and Dunfermline on perfect starts.
At least one team’s record will come to an end this weekend though, as Dunfermline host Kelty.
Buchan could capitalise as they have the short trip to face Deveronvale – who are yet to pick up a point.
Vale have faced a tough run of fixtures and were beaten 5-0 by Kelty Hearts on Sunday.
Westdyke now sit second bottom – one of three clubs yet to win a point – having been beaten 7-1 by Montrose Ladies.
However, they are still nine better off on goal difference than bottom side Raith Rovers.