Kaniva-Leeor bounced back from their loss to Harrow-Balmoral last round with a 31-point win against Natimuk United.
The win is Kaniva-Leeor's third of the season and has them firmly entrenched in the top six.
The win was set up by N Hawker, who scored 44 goals.
Kaniva-Leeor Coach Emma Hawker was very happy with her side's big victory.
"I actually think every player just performed their role to the best of their ability which is fantastic," Hawker said.
"We just maintained consistency and intensity for the entire four quarters and we really came back with a fire in our belly from last week.
"It was great playing against them, they kept up their intensity, it was a really competitive game throughout. The score was obviously a bit of a blowout but on the court, it just felt like both of us were really in there to win it.
"It was really good playing against them, they are a really great team."
Like with any side, Hawker understands there is always room for improvement and believes it comes down to the side getting to know each other.
"I think this is our fourth game together so really just that gelling, just reading each other," she said.
"I think its more just coming together as a side and really understanding how each other plays is what we'll be working on moving forward."
At home, Harrow-Balmoral had a close win over Jeparit-Rainbow.
The Roos won by 5-points in the end and after being down by two-points at quarter time, led at every other break.
The loss is the Storm's first for the season and means the Roos stay unbeaten as they start to build a real premiership assault.
For the Roos Kirby Knight scored 35 goals, while for the Storm Breanna Eastick had 32 goals.
Over at North Park, Swifts had a 21-point win over Pimpinio, continuing their charge up the ladder.
Jade Ralph was Swifts' best player, while Deni Sordello played well for Pimpinio.
Erin Freeland once again showed her versatility on the court playing both attack and defence.
Reigning premiers Laharum continued to show they will be a team to beat again, emerging 42-point victors against Kalkee.
The Demons sit on top of the ladder and benefitted from the performance of Maddison Iredell. Erin Mellington was also named in the best. A 20 goal final quarter will certainly boost the reigning premiers percentage. Millie McRae was Kalkee's best.
In the remaining game, Noradjuha-Quantong beat Edenhope-Apsley by 20-points. Shannon Couch was named the Bombers' best player after she contributed 39 goals.
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