Collingwood has continued its winning ways, recording a 64-point victory over the Western Bulldogs at the Holden Centre on Saturday afternoon.
Not even a two-week break couldn’t crack the Magpies momentum as they went on to register the win, 11.6 (72) to 1.2 (8) - their 13th consecutive win of the season to remain undefeated.
In what was a one-sided affair, the Pies were dominate from start to finish having made the most of their opportunities up forward.
The Pies were quick to hit the scoreboard booting two goals in the opener and backed it up in the second scoring another three, allowing them to take a 31-point lead at the main break. Despite only managing a single major in the third, the Pies went on to score five goals in the final term.
After an outstanding three goal performance on Saturday, Imogen Barnett now sits as the league’s leading goal kicker with a total of 20 goals in the season so far.
AFLW first year player, Joanna Lin also made a strong contribution to the scoreboard with two goals.
Mikala Cann led the disposal count with 25, while skipper Caitlin Bunker dominated pressure around the ground with 11 tackles.
The visitors struggled to hit the scoreboard all day, with Isabelle Pritchard the Dogs' sole goal-kicker for the match.
The Pies will have one last hit-out before the finals series with a top of the table clash against Geelong next Saturday.
COLLINGWOOD 2.1 5.3 6.3 11.6 (72)
WESTERN BULLDOGS 0.2 0.2 1.2 1.2 (8)
Goals: Barnett 3, Lin 2, Bunker, Newman, O’Dea, Ricardo, Velardo, Zander.