Busselton marched to its third win of the season against bottom-placed Harvey in Round Nine.
With plenty of skill and speed, the Magpies moved out to a 40-point buffer at the main break.
Continuing their momentum in the second half, the visitors stormed home to claim a 10.13 (73) to 2.7 (19) victory.
Magpie Reegan Mrsich kicked three goals, while teammates Mitchell Tenardi and Bailey Sanford slotted two each.
Adding to their sorrows, the Bulls have scored just four points from nine rounds.
The side will be seeking redemption against Bunbury at Payne Park, this Sunday afternoon.
The Boomers suffered a shock loss at the weekend, going down to South Bunbury by 11 at Hands Oval.
Looking to silence the critics, the Tigers slotted four goals to two in the opening term.
The home side trailed in the second and third quarters, before running rampant in the fourth.
South Bunbury held on to secure a delightful 11.9 (75) to 9.10 (64) win.
Backed by coach Stephen Bilcich, Tigers Kelvin Lawrence (four goals) and Riley Fynn (three) ran circles around the opposition.
Augusta-Margaret River came from behind to defeat the Bulldogs by 11 at Gloucester Park.
Following a scrappy first half, Bunbury - aided by Brett Peake (four goals) and Dylan Heasman (two) - held a 13-point lead at three quarter time.
The Hawks nabbed a gutsy 12.11 (83) to 11.6 (72) victory, after booting five goals to one in the fourth term.
Harry Taylor (three), Matthew Jukes (two), Ricky Cary (two), and Braden Smith (two) all starred for the home side.
League leaders Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault cruised to a devastating 21.14 (140) to 4.4 (28) win over Carey Park.
The Panthers did enough to lead by four points at the first change.
HBL came back to kick nine unanswered goals and move in front by 40 at the main break.
In full control, the Lions then booted 11 goals to two in the second half.
Taine Williams (five goals) was one of HBL's nine goal-scorers during the one-sided clash.
Collie fought to secure a 14-point win over reigning premiers Donnybrook at VC Mitchell Park last Sunday.
Playing in chilly conditions, the visitors started favourably before kicking six goals to four in the first half.
Donnybrook strived to catch up in the second, but couldn't quite get the job done.
The Eagles kept their finals hopes alive by defeating the Dons 10.6 (66) to 7.10 (52).