Greater Western Sydney have claimed another big AFL scalp and shored up third spot with a 25-point home win over the Western Bulldogs.
GWS scored the first 20 points and took control with five successive second-quarter goals on their way to chiselling out at 15.8 (98) to 10.13 (73) victory at Spotless Stadium on Sunday.
The win extended their club record winning streak to six and advanced them to 7-2, their best-ever start to a season.
Forward Jeremy Cameron kicked five goals for the Giants, who were down two players early with backs Tim Mohr and Matt Buntine each leaving the field in the first quarter.
Heath Shaw was outstanding for GWS and Marcus Bontempelli had 32 touches for the Bulldogs, who had Lin Jong reported for a first quarter bump on Buntine.
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