Adelaide has romped its way to a massive win against GWS at Canberra’s Manuka Oval, recording the second-highest score in AFLW history.
A stellar 40-disposal outing from superstar midfielder Ebony Marinoff saw the Crows grind their way through the Giants’ early challenge and blow them away late in the match for the 16.10 (106) to 5.7 (37) win.
In claiming their fourth straight victory, the Crows only led by two points midway through the second term, before piling on 10 goals without reply in the second half to thrash the hapless Giants.
Four goals for Eloise Jones headlined a list of 11 individual goal kickers for the Crows, who are the second team to go 4-0 for the season.
The Demons did the same with their win against Hawthorn on Friday night, while North Melbourne will get the chance to join them on Sunday against Brisbane.
GWS registered four consecutive behinds as they challenged the Crows in the third term, before Abbie Ballard, Jones and Rachelle Martin each kicked goals for Adelaide to put them 30 points clear at the final break.
That effectively wrapped things up and the Crows kept the hammer down, adding six goals in the last term.
The final-quarter fade-out continues an alarming trend for the Giants, who have been outscored 115-1 in fourth terms this season, having been held scoreless in three of them.
Source: AFL NEWS ABC