Canberra United has returned to its winning ways, stunning Newcastle Jets 5-0 in its W-League clash, all of its goals coming in the final stages of the match, including four in the last 10 minutes.
Newcastle took to the field in hot pink socks, pink shoelaces, pink ribbon and pink face paint to raise awareness and funds for the Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation, was giving the defending champion a run for its money throughout the match.
Eventually, Canberra took the lead in the 74th minute, through Hayley Raso.
From there it was a procession, with Michelle Heyman, Arian Hingst and Caitlin Munoz all scoring within three minutes of each other.
Ashleigh Sykes found the back of the net in the dying minutes of the match to ensure victory for the ladies from the nation's capital.
United's win lifted it to second, ahead of Sydney FC, Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United.
Meanwhile, Perth Glory retained top spot in the W-League, after a late winner saw it claim a 2-1 comeback victory over Adelaide United.
Glory secured three points as Elisa D'Ovidio snatched a late goal in the dying minutes of the clash.
Ann Mayo put the visitor ahead in the 44th minute, but Perth's Kate Gill equalised barely a minute later.
Sydney FC has claimed a 1-0 win over Western Sydney Wanderers, in the city's first W-League derby.
A lone first-half strike from Sydney's Emma Kete was enough to send the Wanderers to a second successive one-goal defeat, replicating last week's A-League derby.
Meanwhile, Brisbane Roar edged out host Melbourne Victory, after a free-kick from Vedrana Popovic proving the difference between the two sides.
John Boultbee is set to relinquish his role as Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) Head of National Teams to take up a role as honorary head of World Rowing (FISA).