Carey Park's women's side picked up four points with a narrow win over Eaton Boomers in round two.
Kicking two goals to one, the Panthers earned themselves a 2.3.15 to 1.0.6 lead at quarter time.
Carey Park kicked just one point in the second term, as Eaton picked up the pace.
The Boomers trailed The Panthers by just three points, 2.1.13 to 2.4.16, at the main break.
The third quarter belonged to Carey Park - kicking two unanswered goals and moving out to a 14-point lead at the final change.
After conceding one goal in the final term, the Panthers held on to score a 4.5.29 to 3.4.22 win.
Overcoming the harsh conditions, women's pre-season carnival winners South Bunbury obliterated Collie at Hands Oval.
The Tigers slotted five majors in the opening term, before booting three goals in the second.
The home side worked to shut down the opposition, create more chances, and pile on the points.
Leading by a whopping 60 points at three-quarter time, South Bunbury kicked another five goals in the fourth to post a 14.7.91 to 0.0.0 victory.
South Bunbury and Harvey remain the favourites to claim the 2019 women's premiership title.
Following the Easter break, teams will return to the field for Round Four on Saturday, April 27.