Cora Staunton scored four goals as Greater Western Sydney Giants recorded a comprehensive 56-11 win over Richmond Tigers at Robertson Oval.
It brings her career tally to 16 goals in her three seasons, so far, down under.
The result, the biggest victory in the club's history, moves the Giants back into the top-three of Conference A.
"It was good to get a lot more ball and take a lot of marks today," Staunton told theage.com. "To be able to kick the easy goals is what you want from those opportunities."
Elsewhere, Dublin stars Sinead Goldrick and Niamh McEvoy combined for a goal as Melbourne recorded an even more comfortable 66-7 demolition of West Coast Eagles.
It's a result that moves them into second place in Conference B, with four wins out of five games.
While there was disappointment for Ailish Considine and the Adelaide Crows as their trip to play North Melbourne Kangaroos ended in defeat on a 63-21 scoreline. They now face a must-win game against GWS Giants on 15 March.
The top three teams in each conference qualify for the finals series.