Mean Machine is the only undefeated team on the ladder after its 35-point win over the Panthers on Saturday afternoon.
Bridgewater locked down its home court against Marong who came out firing from the start.
But the Mean Machine found its rhythm and was able to see out the win 61-26 over the visitors.
"It was a great win," coach Jessey Wilson said
"Coming off last weekend's game against BL Serpentine where we were a little scrappy, so it was good this week to see how well we can move the ball when we're a full strong team."
Wilson might only be in her first year as coach, but has plenty of experience with the team, including the club's 2018 premiership.
One of the biggest benefits of her dual coach and player role, is having her mind on both aspects of the game.
"It definitely helps me as a player and coach, it's great to have the on court leadership too," Wilson said.
Wilson shares the role with Shellie Davies, with the pair no strangers to each other having previously played together for Strathfieldsaye.
"Shellie has been awesome to work with, it has been great sharing the role," Wilson said.
With next weekend's inter league clash with Horsham District on the cards, there are a few things Wilson wants to adjust within her side before they meet Newbridge in round seven.
"Newbridge are going to be tough this year" Wilson said
"We need to focus on ball control after turnovers as sometimes we tend to let it go a little bit."
In other round six games, Maiden Gully YCW went down to visitors Newbridge by two goals.
The Maroons were able to get the win over the Eagles with the scores close at 55-53 on the final siren.
Calivil United got the job done by nine goals over hosts Mitiamo with the final scores at 55-46.
Pyramid Hill remains without a win to its name after going down to hosts Bears Lagoon Serpentine by 13 goals.
The Bears had no problems keeping the Bulldogs at bay on its home court and won the game 44-31.
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