Zillmere sits on top of the QWAFL at the end of round two, after beating Coorparoo, 7.1 (43) – 2.4 (26).
A three-goal first term set up the win for the Eagles, who kept the Navy Roos to just the one goal in the first half.
Kimberley Lennon slotted three majors for the Eagles, while Sheena Sidin and Kaitlyn Cantrell were Coorparoo’s kickers.
Brooke Carroll was a stand out for the Eagles side, with Madi Crowley also impressive for the competition leaders.
Coolangatta enjoyed their first QWAFL win, at home, against Griffith Moorooka, 12.17 (89) – 2.1 (13).
Amy Decker booted five for the Bluebirds and was her side’s best, while Naomi Wallace continued her strong form for the second straight game.
Wilston Grange fought hard in their QWAFL debut, but fell short of Yeronga, 10.5 (65) – 1.3 (9).
Aimee Sewell had the honour of kicking the Gorillas’ first goal, while Katie McGlade was solid on debut.
Devils captain, Nat Thomas kicked three goals, as did Megan Sutherland, while reigning Women’s league best and fairest, Kate Lutkins, was among the best, along with Jordan Zanchetta.