The Swans continued their stellar season over the weekend, as they put together another top class performance against the Coolamon Hoppers.
The Griffith side came out raring to go and never looked back after taking an early lead, eventually coming away with a comfortable 59-43 win.
Swans coach Georgia Fuller was full of praise for her side and said the performance was one of their best so far this season.
"We went into it not really knowing how it would go because we drew against them last time so we were definitely keen to go out and try to win," Fuller said.
We got away to a good start and we kept improving each quarter which was goodGriffith Swans coach Georgia Fuller
"We got away to a good start and we kept improving each quarter which was good."
"I think everyone on the team played a really good game and more importantly everyone did their job which was probably why we did so well."
The win leaves the Swans on 44 points after 13 games, with just one loss so far this season.
But despite the incredible record they remain in second place, with Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes still sitting comfortably at the top of the table.
Fuller admitted her side isn't focusing on that top spot and instead all their attention is on keeping their good form for the final three games of the season and into finals.
"Our focus is definitely on keeping our form going for finals," Fuller said.
"Each week we have little parts of our game to improve on and focus on and we're definitely doing that."
Fuller said the side put a target on finishing in the top three early in the season, and says she is confident now that they'll be able to pull that off after Saturday's result.
This weekend the Swans will be travelling to Ganmain to take on the GGGM Lions, a side fighting to secure their own spot in the finals.
"Last time we played them we won comfortably but they have been really going good against some strong teams so I think they're going to come out firing and they'll definitely want to win," Fuller said.
"It will be all about making sure we play with composure, keeping calm and just keep on doing the things we've been doing at training and if we pull that off we should go well hopefully."
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