Round nine was a great round of footy to bring an end to the 2021 home and away season.
It was a round filled with finals intensity matches from start to finish.
In the top of the table clash to determine which team finished top, the Adelaide Crows flexed their muscles and showed Collingwood why they have been the premier team in the AFLW competition since the AFLW started in 2017.
The Crows are the minor premiers in 2021.
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In the 2021 AFLW finals series, the Adelaide Crows, Brisbane Lions, Collingwood, Melbourne, Fremantle and North Melbourne will all feature.
The Crows and Lions will both have a week off, as they advance straight through to the preliminary finals week.
What a home and away season, the 2021 AFLW season was.
West Coast Eagles proved too strong for Geelong, after some second quarter brilliance from Indigenous woman Imahra Cameron steered her side to a massive 39-point victory at Mineral Resources Park on Monday twilight.
Cameron nailed through three goals in six minutes and this quick succession of goals helped to establish the 8.5 (53) to 2.2 (14) win at Perth.
It was a happy monday for the Eagles, but a sad one for the Cats as they are still without a win after seven matches and the Eagles have recorded two wins this season.
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It was Cameron's best match of the season, as she everything she touched was quality.
She only had six disposals for the match to go along with her three goals.
On the Irish front for the Eagles, sisters Grace Kelly and Niamh Kelly were lively with two goals each.
Round six was a round where all the top teams flexed their muscles with massive wins.
Collingwood showed once again why they are the premier team in the competition this season keeping their perfect record intact, after they were able to take their game to the next level and win convincingly when challenged by the Western Bulldogs.
Adelaide Crows kicked their highest ever score of 13.7 (85) and almost scored the highest ever score in the competition, but were one point shy of the Western Bulldogs all-time score.
Collingwood's Chloe Molloy showed why she is a star of our game with her forward pressure and two goals when her Pies had all the momentum in the third term.
After six rounds, Molloy leads the AFLW goalkicking along with Erin Phillips and Gemma Houghton with 11 goals.
After a tight opening half, Collingwood came out and stamped their authority on the match in the third quarter with four goals to run out 36-point winners over the Western Bulldogs at Victoria Park on Sunday afternoon.
A four-game winning streak came to an end for the Dogs, after the Pies swooped with seven second quarter goals.
With the win the Pies have now won six in a row, as they reclaimed their spot as ladder leaders with the 7.9 (51) to 2.3 (15) victory at their spiritual home.
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The Pies sent a message to the rest of the competition this afternoon that the premiership cup is there's for the taking after they steamrolled the Dogs in the second half.
The Dogs were left shellshocked and did not have any answers to stop the dominant performance from the Pies.