Nicole Bolton was back to her best with two Player of the Match awards in as many games, which helped her side stay undefeated after the first round of the Women’s National Cricket League.
The 30-year-old produced a match winning knock of 77 to help WA win their first match of the season against Queensland Fire, a classy five wicket victory.
Bolton then backed it up the following day against Tasmania, scoring a game high 63 before claiming superb bowling figures of 2-26, to help WA sneak home by 16 runs.
Captain Chloe Piparo found some form with the bat scoring 76 against the Fire, while Taneale Peschel claimed five wickets across the two matches.
The WA Men's team finished their first two Marsh One-Day Cup matches undefeated.
Marcus Stoinis blasted his side to victory in the first fixture, with a blistering century against Victoria at the WACA Ground.
The all-rounder wowed fans at the WACA Ground with some outrageous hitting, culminating in a six off the final ball of their innings to reach triple figures.
Josh Philippe (61) Cameron Bancroft (78) and Ashton Turner (52) all helped WA reach a huge 8-386, eventually defeating Victoria by 125 runs.
D'Arcy Short was the next to score a match winning century, this time against Tasmania in WA's second One-Day Cup match.
The 29-year-old blasted 129 from 101 balls to help guide the home side to a 102-run victory over the Tigers at the WACA Ground.
Jhye Richardson (3-23,) Andrew Tye (3-49) and Ashton Agar (3-51) bowled brilliantly to wrap up their second victory in as many games.
The men travel to Sydney this weekend for their next two One-Day Cup games against New South Wales, while the WNCL season resumes in January.