Collingwood has continued its winning ways following a 42-point triumph over Port Melbourne on Saturday.

The highly anticipated clash got off to a fairly even start in the first half but the Magpies took off after the main break, going on to kick six goals to Port’s one.

Jaimee Lambert played her first VFLW game of the year and led with 26 disposals and six tackles, while Mikala Cann also won plenty of the footy (25 touches).  

Forward duo, Imogen Barnett and Matilda Zander led up forward with four and two majors retrospectively.

Pies’ skipper, Caitlin Bunker was also busy all over the ground, while Marla Neal was also dominate through the midfield with 13 tackles.

Saturday’s win sees the Pies remain undefeated and sit two games clear in top position on the ladder.

Bunker credits the team’s success to the closeness and dedication of the entire group. 

“Our team’s biggest strength is our depth. Everyone knows how to play their role, everyone takes their moment and we work together,” Bunker told the VFL post-match.

“The wins that we have, training on the track, everyone is committed to this group and I think that’s our biggest strength."

With just two more games until finals, Bunker said she is confident the team can go all the way.

“We want the premiership, we want to go back-to-back and we believe we have the talent to do it.”

The Pies will next face Darebin on Saturday May 22, 12pm at Bill Lawry Oval.