Grace Kelly scored a goal for West Coast Eagles but it proved to be just consolation as the club from the Perth suburbs fell short against Fremantle Dockers in the AFL Women's Western Derby.

The Mayo Gaelic footballer made her mark in the third quarter when she scored into an open goal after a breakaway sparked by a kick into space from her sister and team-mate Niamh Kelly, before a subsequent pass was then laid off to the eventual scorer.

But it was the only goal for the Eagles as Fremantle scored 11 of their own - Gemma Houghton weighing in with five in a player of the match display - to seal a commanding 75-8 victory at Optus Stadium, Perth.

It was the second highest score ever racked up by the Dockers, who remain without injured Leitrim footballer Aine Tighe.

Tipperary's Aisling McCarthy was also in action for the Eagles, making three tackles and a team-high of 22 disposals. Grace and Niamh Kelly had 15 and 17 disposals respectively.

Eleanor Brown of the Bulldogs is tackled by Aishling Sheridan of the Magpies (R) 

Cavan's Aishling Sheridan was on the victorious side as Collingwood beat Western Bulldogs 51-15.

She contributed one tackle and 10 disposals in the Magpies' winning effort at Victoria Park.

But Sarah Rowe missed out for Collingwood due to a shoulder injury sustained last month that is due to keep her sidelined for two to three weeks.

In Sunday's other match, Carlton overcame Geelong 64-31 at Ikon Park.