Swifts recorded its equal highest score of the season at the weekend, taking down Taylors Lake and gaining a crucial percentage boost.
With the run towards finals in the last two rounds of the season a precarious one, the Baggies put their best foot forward to win 66-30.
They led by 15 goals at half-time but continued to push in the second half.
“The girls had to play out four quarters to help us get a good percentage,” Swifts coach Courtney Morrow said.
“It was important we didn’t slow down after half-time.”
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The Baggies stamped their authority in the second half, scoring 37 goals including 21 in the final term.
“It was good to have a big win. We played as a team and fixed up some things we didn’t do too well the week before,” Morrow said.
Morrow won her second consecutive Tim Chatfield medal for best on court in the A Grade match of Swifts and Taylors Lake’s annual Indigenous round match.
"It was nice to get that award again, it means a lot. To be honest though anyone could have got it in our team,” she said.
The Baggies are one game clear inside the top six but with two rounds remaining the spots from third to seventh can all interchange.