A top two spot heading into finals is looking promising for Billabong Crows.
Last year's premiers wrapped up their second consecutive big win taking down Rand-Walbundrie-Walla by three goals on Saturday.
It comes after the side knocked off ladder leaders Howlong the weekend prior.
A strong first quarter from Crows midcourt player Brooke Wilson helped set up the hard fought game for the Crows, but coach Holly Dowling admitted it could have gone either way in the wet and cold conditions in Walla.
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"The Giants are a very strong team and one to watch for in finals," Dowling said.
"It really could have gone either way, we were just lucky.
"We're staying composed and trying to concentrate on the next couple of games.
"We're just looking forward to finishing off the home and away season and getting into finals.
"Ideally if we can keep second spot, we'll be very happy with that."
Crows' young gun Bethany Moloney had a standout performance in goals matched up against last year's league medallist Jess Kotzur.
Dowling said the 16-year-old has been a consistent silent achiever for the Crows this season.
"She (Moloney) plays so amazing every week and is just so composed," Dowling said.
Brooke Morley and Megan Smith had solid games in defence and attack for the Crows, while the Giants shooters worked tirelessly in the ring.
Billabong Crows will now prepare to face Holbrook.