Who can stop the unbeaten Bulldogs?

SPECIAL MUM: Strathalbyn player Kim Bickerstaff played her 50th game on Mother's Day. She is pictured with daughter Jemma.

SPECIAL MUM: Strathalbyn player Kim Bickerstaff played her 50th game on Mother's Day. She is pictured with daughter Jemma.

Can anyone stop Mount Compass?

That is the question on every GSFLW fan's lips, as the open women's side continued its unbeaten run on Sunday against Yankalilla.

The Tigers put up a strong fight, and there were only five points in it at three-quarter time, but the Bulldogs kept them scoreless in the last quarter and ran away with the game, winning 4.3 (27) to 7.11 (53).

Heidi Smith snagged three goals for Mount Compass, which had four other goal scorers, while Dakota Oniszk and Kimberly Robinson split Yankalilla's goal scoring.

Nari Wright was in her usual shining form for Yankalilla and Kiara Upitis was named Mount Compass' best.

In the other morning game, Willunga ran amok against Encounter Bay, kicking an impressively accurate 23.8 (146) while keeping the Bays scoreless all game.

Shae Archbold booted a massive eight goals, Jessica Harris kicked another six, and eight other players slotted the remaining nine goals.

Shae Archbold booted a massive eight goals, Jessica Harris kicked another six, and eight other players slotted the remaining nine goals.

Remarkably, best on ground Katrice Turner was not in Willunga's 10 goal kickers for the day, but she delivered much of the ball into her forward line.

Encounter Bay captain Kate Sanders was valiant in her efforts, as was first season player Teagan Stewart.

In the afternoon at Strathalbyn, McLaren had a five-goal first quarter which kept the home side out of the game all day.

Strathalbyn's efforts were just not enough to get Kim Bickerstaff a win for her 50th game, and the final score was Strathalbyn 0.2 (2) to McLaren 7.4 (46).

The usual suspects, Sally Fuller and Layla Rogers, kicked two goals each, and their teammate Jessica Veasey was best on ground.

Morgan Tucker and Emily Eglitis played well for the Roosters.

Goolwa/Port Elliot made light work of Victor Harbor at the Roos' home ground, returning home with a 69-point win. Kate Whiting and Isabella Ramsey slotted two goals each for the Magpies, and Megan Hoad was their best player and kicked a goal as well.

The reliable Jaimee Millard stood out for the Roos, as did Tegan Yeomans, who is proving invaluable for her club.

After seven rounds, Mount Compass remains on top, followed by Willunga, McLaren, Goolwa/Port Elliot, Yankalilla, Strathalbyn, Victor Harbor, and Encounter Bay.

In the under 17s, Strathalbyn defeated McLaren, 3.6 (24) to 2.0 (12).

It was a close game between Victor Harbor and Goolwa/Port Elliot, with a score of 2.3 (15) to 3.0 (18).

Yankalilla beat Mount Compass, 5.4 (34) to 4.2 (26).

This Sunday, opens games are Yankalilla v McLaren and Mount Compass v Strathalbyn at Mount Compass, and Victor Harbor v Encounter Bay and Willunga v Goolwa/Port Elliot at Willunga.