With one regular round left to play in the 2019 Central Victoria Football League Women's season, the finals teams have been locked in.
Top squad Golden Square, Kangaroo Flat and Strathfieldsaye will be in the finals.
With North Bendigo securing fourth on the ladder for a spot in finals after a 94-point demolition of the fifth placed Tigers on Sunday at Atkins Street.
"We've definitely come together as a team and everything is starting to click, we're happy it's all happening at the pointy business end of the season," Bulldogs' coach Alana Long said.
"The girls are so happy with how they are playing and the outcomes over the past few weeks.
"Now we're going to take the motivation and excitement into finals."
The Bulldogs' momentum did not falter the entire game and were able to keep the Tigers scoreless across all four quarters, final scores 14.10 (94) over 0.0 (0).
Bulldogs' Alisha Lourie contributed three goals with Chelsea Reeves, Ashlee McLeod, Dayna McGough, Dayna Parsons on two each.
Jesse Jorgensen, Hannah Kenny and Taylah Nicholson also booted one each.
Bulldogs best on was led by Nicholson followed by McGough, Reeves, Jorgensen, Mcleod and Roweena Ilsley.
Tigers' best on was led by Teagan Ainslie followed by Emily Gibson, Mikaela Holman, Shannon White, Madeline Mabey and Paige Webber-Mirkin.
Kangaroo Flat was able to keep Strathfieldsaye under control by 23 points at Dower Park.
The Roos took an early lead 3.2 over 0.0 during the first quarter, and maintained a lead for the remainder of the game, final scores 5.6 (36) over 2.1 (13).
The Roos' Ella Wicks led with two goals, followed by Shelby Knoll, Lily Campbell and Molly Metcalf on one each.
Best on was led by Campbell followed by, Eillish Cumming, Kate Hare, Melanie Hull, Emily Connor and Sarah Moerke.
Storms' Alice Bailey and Grace Edlin kicked on each.
Best on was led by Angela Gamble followed by, Crystal West, Elise Finlay, Rhylan O'Toole, Brittany Cappy and Edlin.
Meanwhile top squad Golden Square was stripped of its points from its round 11 win over Kangaroo Flat for a breach of a CVFLW rule and regulation.
"Basically it was just an unintentional error, they brought up a couple of under-18 girls believing they could as clubs do within the men's competition," CVFLW board chair Norm Sheahan.
"It was an unintentional mistake, they played with more players then allowed and were stripped of their points."
However, the Bulldogs remain in top form and continue to show they are the prime contender for a 2019 premiership flag following a win over Eaglehawk.
The undefeated Bulldogs intensity was switched on from the first to the fourth, final sores 15.11 (101) over 0.0 (0).
Bulldogs' Amanda Carrod and Tiffany Bradley booted four goals each with Sarah Baldwin contributing two.
Tracey Hipwell, Jessica Cox, Sarah Ingram, Alannah Rowland and Madison West booted one each.
Best on was led by Baldwin, Rebecca Berry, Amy Skvarc-Hayes, Cox, Ella Turnbull and Madeleine White.
White was also named as the CVFLW Round 14 player of the week.
The Hawks' best on was led by Eileen Mitchell followed by, Emma McLean, Emma Windridge, Sophie O'Brien, Lauren Maloney and Rebecca Wray.
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