Bendigo Thunder secured itself as a top-two CVFLW squad after winnings its fifth-straight match on Sunday against Kyneton.
Thunder had no problems in taming the Tigers in what ended up being a triple digit 109-point win, final scores 19.14 (128) over 3.1 (19).
"Kyneton was really strong around the ball early on in the match, but we were also determined to start well," Thunder coachLuis Alvarez-Harris said.
"The girls were amazing in the last quarter and were rewarded on the scoreboard for their efforts.
"We were particularly strong and had placed a lot of emphasis on ensuring we finished off the game really well."
Despite the five-game winning streak it hasn't all been smooth sailing for the Thunder who've faced changes week-to-week.
"It's been a bit difficult to get the team set so that we can play the way we want, but the girls are getting along to training and gelling well," Alvarez Harris said.
"It's all starting to click."
Georgia Gordon and Britney Mueck booted five goals each, followed by Kylie Wilson and Brianna Burt on (3), in addition to Megan Williamson (2) and Chantelle McDonald (1).
Best on for Thunder, who move to a 5-1 record, were Williamson, Jacinta Louttit, Mc Donald, Gordon, Burt and Hannah Perry.
Tigers' Heidi Erasmus booted two goals while Teagan Ainslie put one on the board.
Kyneton's best on, who are now 2-4, were Ainslie, Erasmus, Rachael Williams, Ursula Van Dyk, Freya Goddard and Jordan Savoia.
Meanwhile in the other games, a close low-scoring clash was played out at Tannery Lane between the Storm and Roos.
Storm headed into the match eager to break its losing streak, but the Roos proved too strong and hopped away with a 4.2 (26) over 2.4 (16) victory.
Kerang Blues came to town for their first taste of top squad Golden Square Bulldogs.
The Wade Street visitors were able to firsthand see the power of the Bulldogs in what ended up as a 122-point triumph for Golden Square, final scores 18.16 (124) over 0.2 (2).
Eaglehawk had no problems in claiming the goods over North Bendigo at Atkins Street with a 124-point win which left the Bulldogs Scoreless, 18.16 (124) over 0.0 (0).
- Golden Square 5-0
- Bendigo Thunder 5-1
- Kangaroo Flat 4-1
- Eaglehawk 4-2
- Strathfieldsaye 3-3
- Kyneton 2-4
- Kerang 0-6
- North Bendigo 0-6
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