Tanunda has bounced back from their disappointing ANZAC day clash in fine form, taking down Gawler Central by 109 points.
Shaking off the Round 1 nerves, the Magpies owned the game, managing to keep the girls from the dog-track scoreless.
The return of Zoe Healy from SANFLW duties helped to bolster the stocks, while six goals from Jess Scott sealed the win.
Tanunda senior coach Matt Scott says he is excited to be putting a full strength side on the field and showing the competition what the Magpies can do.
"Today is the first step," he said. "They are improving every week and we are building a happy little side which is what you want."
While Scott is pleased with the win, he is eager to return to Tanunda and right the wrongs of round 1.
"Having a few of our better players out and the size of the crowd on the day; the nerves just built up for the girls last week. We are looking forward to playing in front of a crowd at Tanunda next weekend," he said.
Meanwhile, Angaston secured a comfortable win over Kapunda at home with Courtnie Moulds and Charlotte Spence enjoying five goals respectively.
South Gawler secured their first win with a 46-point victory over Nuriootpa, while Willaston continued their strong form defeating Barossa District by 47 points.