Kalkee managed to sign off a close win against Swifts on Saturday.
In a season of "just misses" Kalkee increased the pressure on the Baggies to come from behind in the third quarter.
With the momentum going in favour of Kalkee, they added extra pressure in the final quarter to run away with the game.
Kalkee coach Jaymi O'Connor said she was "really happy to walk away from the tough game with the points".
"It's hard work to come from behind and I think the girls are really excited to get the win under those circumstances," she said.
"We've had a couple of close games where we have come off second best already this season so it's really good for them to get the win today."
O'Connor said at half-time when Kalkee found themselves three points behind she reminded her team to just do the basics.
"My message was for the girls not to get flustered and look after the ball," she said.
"I spoke with our goalies and told them to take the game on. They were shooting really well and needed to back themselves in and not hesitate.
"Our defenders probably dropped their heads a little because their goalies were doing so well. Our plan was to get the turnovers before it got to them - and that's what we did."
Swifts captain Erin Freeland said the Baggies walked away from the game disappointed.
"We definitely had the opportunity to win the game," she said.
"We let their defensive pressure get on top of us and made a few mistakes and opened the window for Kalkee to capitalise on our errors.
"Kalkee is a quality team and has the height, the mid-court pressure and their goalies shot well - but I think we also had a part in losing the game for ourselves due to our errors on the court."
Freeland said Swifts started to do some silly passes towards the end of the second quarter.
"We spoke at half-time about going back to fundamentals - stripping it right back to the basics," she said.
"We focused on our systems and when we implemented them it worked - but you could see they really rattled us.
"I was proud of everyone - Kalkee could of blow the game right out. The girls really fought back and kept the margin at the end down."
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