Pre-season cup winners South Bunbury retained top spot on the ladder with a resounding 75-point win over Bunbury in Round Seven.
Bulldogs' fans expressed concern after the Tigers kicked five unanswered goals in the first quarter.
Booting three in the second term and five in the second half, the league leaders cruised to a 13.9 (87) to 2.0 (12) victory.
South Bunbury's Jessica Mattingley (three goals), Bethany Bond (three), Karyn Beeson (two), and Claudia Elward (two) all put in 110 per cent.
Bunbury broke the drought with late goals to Jade Riley and Emily Farr.
Second-placed Harvey claimed its fourth win with a 7.3 (45) to 1.3 (9) thrashing of Carey Park on Saturday afternoon.
Following a flat opening term, the Panthers - and Jordan Clarke (one) - came back to secure a narrow lead at half time.
The Bulls kicked into overdrive, before scoring two majors in the third term and four in the fourth.
Dena English picked up five goals while Doma Fedele and Shelby Bayliss kicked one each.
Collie remains fifth following its five-point victory over sixth-place Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault
Both were teams level at quarter time, before the Eagles notched up three goals in the second term.
Conceding two in the second half, Collie held on to celebrate a 4.1 (25) to 3.2 (20) win.
HBL's Brittany Gliddon and Collie's Jonelle Blackford earned two goals each.