Cavaliers came very close to piling on three figures in front of goals, but it was the defence that pleased coach Dan Roden the most against a hapless Devon on Saturday.
The reigning premiers did win 94-16 over the wooden spooners, but it was built on never conceding more than five goals in a given quarter.
"The key feature today for the game was to execute our defensive game plan for four quarters," Roden said.
"They were so ruthless and relentless, and that's what we pride ourselves on."
Roden was under no illusions. Devon is certainly no Northern Hawks a week on.
But after their crosstown rivals scored 70 goals during the run home, the ambitious mentor wanted that part of their game sharpened up.
"We just went into it with a focus of lifting our defensive pressure," he said.
"I think last week we were really disappointed without having our defensive game.
"So once we reviewed the footage and we talked about what areas we really needed to work on, we went straight back and hit the court hard.
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"We were able to have two really good sessions looking at how we were going to improve our defensive effort ahead of this week.
"The challenge was to be able to continue to do that for all four quarters and they executed for four quarters."
Dynamic transitional play down the court from the start had set the tone for a 28-4 dominant opening term.
But it was the last that was equally impressive, finishing with 26 of the final 29 goals.
The pleasant away trip had also allowed Roden to work new combinations.
What he found was quick entries around the goal with Deanna Wadley combining with Zoe Claridge since the premiership Hawk returned back home this year.
It gave star shooter Mel Phillpott a break off court for much of the third quarter.
"We were just ignoring the scoreboard once the margin got out," Roden said.
"What I was after was that to make sure that we continued on for four quarters to execute the game plan because that is really important.
"We just knew the margin would take care of itself."
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