Overcoming the harsh conditions, women's pre-season carnival winners South Bunbury obliterated Collie at Hands Oval in round two.
The Tigers slotted five majors in the opening term, before booting three goals in the second.
The home side worked to shut down the opposition, create more chances, and pile on the points.
Leading by a whopping 60 points at three-quarter time, South Bunbury kicked another five goals in the fourth to post a 14.7.91 to 0.0.0 victory.
The Collie colts team also suffered a big loss at the hands of South Bunbury.
The young Eagles only managed one goal and three behinds for three quarters of the match, while the Tigers earned ten goals and 12 behinds.
The final score was 15.14(104) to 3.3(21).
It was a much closer affair for the Collie reserves side, who only lost by seven points.
The home side was inaccurate early on, with six behinds for the first quarter. Collie edged out in front with one goal and two behinds.
The Eagles stayed in front at half time with one goal and two behinds in the second term.
It was an even second half with both teams kicking two goals each in the third term.
The Tigers went on to kick three goals to Collie's one in the fourth. The final score was 6.10(46) to 5.9(39).