In a first for the PFNLW, the South Mandurah Falcons are heading into the semifinals with a completely undefeated season behind them.
South Mandurah coach Solomon Daw said he was overwhelmed with pride for his team and their efforts this season.
"I'm confident - we've worked really hard on our ability to score," Daw said.
Daw said there was a common misconception about women's football that the PFNLW had been proving wrong.
"It's a pretty big criticism of women's footy that it's low scoring - but we have the two highest scorers at our club."
Ava Muir and Anyssa Hardy have kicked a massive 50 and 35 goals respectively, leading South Mandurah's goal kicking.
"In last week's game, Ava kicked her 50th goal - the first girl to do that," Daw said.
"Ava leads our club's goal kicking by 17 - I'm sure that's happened somewhere in history, but not in our league ever."
It's a pretty big criticism of women's footy that it's low scoring - but we have the two highest scorers at our club.- Solomon Daw
Daw said in the leadup to the semifinals, the girls were keeping their feet on the gas.
"The girls are just pumped," he said.
"We are training the house down and working on our game plan. We can't wait."
The semifinals held in Dwellingup on August 14 will see South Mandurah face-off against old rivals the Pinjarra Tigers while the Mandurah Mustangs battle it out against the Rockingham Rams.