Edenhope-Apsley has coasted into the semi-finals with a 63-49 victory against the Swifts.
The Saints showed no signs of the troubles that brought their previous game to an early end, and quickly went to work building an unassailable lead.
Ellie Thomas took her position in the goal ring after overcoming a concussion and was a handful for the Swifts' defenders.
Thomas - who finished the day with 45 goals - and her attacking partner Georgia Lowe (18 goals) pushed the Saints to a 19-11 lead at the end of the first quarter.
The Swifts rebounded in the second term as coach Courtney Morrow led from the front.
The Baggies ball movement was largely unmatched for the quarter, but they failed to cut back the deficit.
It was largely one-way traffic in the third term, as the Saints powered out to a 47-37 lead heading into the final quarter.
Michaela Armer was a constant threat in attack for the Swifts, collecting 29 goals in the game.
Any hopes of a Baggies comeback were quickly snuffed out, as the Saints showed the skills that they hope will take them far into the finals.
The day's greatest excitement came in the C Grade clash, where Edenhope-Apsley and Harrow-Balmoral went to extra time.
After two periods of extra time the Saints clinched the game, 39-36.
Edenhope-Apsley also won its B Grade and 17s clashes.
Laharum won the 15-and-under and 13-and-under games.
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