Mundulla's women continued their strong late season form as they thrashed Casterton-Sandford by 77 points in Penola on Sunday.
The game started fiercely, as both teams weren't afraid to get their hands dirty, laying tackle after tackle.
Mundulla kicked the opening goal through a smooth passage of play which saw Amy Bruce get on the end of a Jayde Barton handball.
Brooke Ballinger was in everything up forward as Sarah Pilgrim gathered the loose ball and rolled her kick through for another goal.
At quarter time, Mundulla's lead had crept out to 20 points.
The second quarter featured more of the same, as Kellsey Hinge and Tess Marra continued to rack up possession after possession.
Although dominating the contest, Mundulla were wasteful in front of goal, kicking 1-4 for the quarter.
The girls went into the main break with a 30 point lead, keeping Casterton-Sandford scoreless in the process.
Emma Moritz dominated the third quarter as she continued to bring others in to the game through her creative ball use.
With the game already won, the girls still finished strongly and managed to keep the opposition scoreless for the entire game.
Mundulla look to carry their good form into the finals series with another great team performance.
Marra, Bruce, Twigden, Poulton, Hinge and Barton were named in the best.