Reigning women’s premier Busselton are victims of their own success at the moment. Rennie Meadmore’s side easily defeated a depleted Donnybrook 12.6 (78) to 0.0 (0) on Saturday at VC Mitchell Park, remaining unbeaten in the process. However, the Magpies remain without a percentage, despite three convincing victories, as they have yet to concede a single behind. Despite having scored more points (276) and holding a superior for and against difference, the reigning premiers sit third on the table behind Harvey Bulls (8000 per cent) and Bunbury (970 per cent). It was a tough day for the Dons — considered a genuine premiership contender preseason — who had only 16 players against the Magpies. Aside from a lack of rotation options, Busselton had too much polish across all areas of the ground, with Katisha Barrett (five goals) and Phoebe Harris tireless in their pursuit of excellence throughout. For three-time SWFL women’s premiership coach Maxwell Jetta, it was the first time one of his team’s had ever been held scoreless. The Dons were without several WAFLW-listed players, including Bethany Bond and Charli Wicksteed. With these omissions and a lack of numbers, Jessica Verbrugge effectively did the work of three players in a bid to help her teammates. In the remaining game of the round, Bunbury defeated Collie Eagles 4.6 (30) to 0.1 (1) on Saturday at the Collie Recreation Ground. It was a special day all-round for Bulldogs coach Stephen Bilcich, with his daughter Holly making her WAFLW league debut for Peel Thunder alongside older sister Ebony.