Northampton showed no mercy as they handed Rovers the largest losing margin so far in the GNFLW season. Letting up just one score in the win, it was all Rams football in the 16.18 (114) to 1.0 (6) win against the Demons. After suffering two losses and scraping a two-point win against Mullewa last week, Northampton seem to have found their groove, led by an eight-goal effort from Selina Kiddle, who jumped to the league’s leading scorer after the weekend. From the first quarter it was looking like a blowout game, with Rams going up 43 points to nothing. The Demons managed to get on the board in the second term with a goal from Abby Green, but it would be the only time the Rovers saw offensive success in the game. Although Northampton was held to scoring 2.4 in the second quarter, the flood gates opened after half-time. Racking up scores across the board, the Rams outscored the Demons 8.7 to 0.0 in the second half, giving them a major victory after a rough few weeks. While Kiddle had a massive outing with her eight-goal effort, Katie Croston had three goals of her own along with two from Madi Miller. Over at the Valley, there was a battle for a spot in the top four against the Royals and Bulldogs, as the loser would be on the outside looking in. While the game seemed like it could go either way after the first quarter, with the score sitting at 2.2 (14) to 1.4 (10) in favour of the Valley, it was all Royals ball from the second quarter. Towns were kept scoreless in the following term while Chapman Valley were able to kick another four goals and go up by 29 points at the end of the half. The Bulldogs never managed to recover and the Royals took the 9.5 (59) to 2.9 (21) win, led by two goals from Lexi Chapman and Tayah Palmer, while Olivia Bidwell scored the only two goals for Towns. At the Rec, Railways took care of business and helped boost their percentage with the 9.11 (65) to 0.1 (1) win against Mullewa. Jasmine Johansen and Amy Langman each had three goal efforts in the 64-point win.