A six-goal haul to Brianna Moyes and a best afield performance from Caitlyn Rintoul led South Mandurah’s women to their second win of the season with 121-point shellacking of Dwellingup on Sunday.
Moyes was a force in front of the sticks for the Falcons, with her six goals the driving force as they routed the Razorbacks 19.7 (121) to 0.0 (0) in shutout victory.
Rintoul’s work in the midfield was instrumental in the victory, as she helped her side get off to a strong start on the road as they booted a pair of majors in the opening term.
Stacey Teariki was also strong in open space, with her efforts buoying Souths to a 39-point buffer at half time.
But while the Falcons were treading water in the opening two quarters, they were able to come alive after half time and put Dwellingup to the sword.
The guests nailed eight majors in a third-quarter romping, as they more than doubled their advantage of the Razorbacks to take an 87-point buffer into the final term.
Dwellingup found themselves staring down the barrel of consecutive weeks without registering a score, and while they attempted to find the goals, South Mandurah refused to ease up.
The Falcons continued on their merry way in the fourth quarter, piling up another five goals as they claimed win number two on the year.
Moyes’ six-goal haul is the second-biggest bag of the season, behind only Pinjarra’s Jena Daniel who nailed nine against Dwellingup in round three.
Taya Tregenza booted four for South Mandurah, while Georgia Samuelson (two) also managed multiple majors.
Breeanna Wylie, Teariki, Rintoul, Lyra Crawford, Kasey-Jane Edwards, Leticia Le Marche and Monika Marchenko all ended the day with a goal apiece.
The victory sees South Mandurah move just a game shy of the second-placed Baldivis.
Meanwhile Dwellingup remain in bottom spot, as Pinjarra resides undefeated in first.