An eight-goal haul has seen Donnybrook forward Lacey Holdsworth equal the SWFL women’s individual scoring record during her team’s record 106-point win. In what was one of Donnybrook’s biggest wins in the history of their women’s team, the Dons dominated the undermanned Dunsborough Sharks in front of a home crowd at VC Mitchell Park on Sunday. From the outset Donnybrook looked to dominate, quickly driving the ball forward with Holdsworth getting a number of early goals in. As Dunsborough struggled to get the ball outside of the Dons’ forward 50, Tanieka Handley managed a goal of her own to further extend her team’s lead to 28 points at quarter time. The second quarter saw a flurry of behinds scored as Donnybrook seemed to hit a slump in kicking accuracy until they managed to gain composure and boot a further three goals. With just one player on the Sharks’ bench, Dunsborough struggled to keep up with the Dons, trailing by 53 points at half time. Donnybrook’s dominant effort continued after the main break as they continued extending their lead as Dunsborough began to fade as they continued struggling getting the ball past the midfield. Reigning Nola Marino medallist Jessica Verbrugge also put in a dominant effort, putting the jets on any time she had the ball to drive the Dons forward. Dunsborough’s afternoon went from bad to worse after Holly Lombardi had to be helped off the field, leaving them with no spare players. At three quarter time, Donnybrook led 9.14 (68) to 0.0 (0). The final quarter saw the Sharks given an early opportunity to score after a spear tackle handed them a 50m penalty. However, the Sharks were unable to capitalise as Holdsworth added a further two goals to her tally. The Sharks soon found themselves undermanned with ruck Bianca McConville being helped off the field after copping a knee to the ribs. However, that did not stop the Dons from continuing to boot goal after goal to seal the win 15.16 (106) to 0.0 (0), with Holdsworth scoring eight goals and six behinds, equalling the record held by South Bunbury skipper Bethany Bond. Holdsworth, Verbrugge and Matilda Worsfold were named among the Dons’ best, while the likes of Kendall Smith, Alicia Reagan and Lily Meyer were among the Sharks’ best.