The red-hot West Coast Eagles have remained unbeaten on their travels with a 25-point win over Greater Western Sydney on Saturday.
The Eagles kicked five straight goals in the second quarter to take control of a game they won 12.14 (86) to 8.13 (61).
It was a seventh straight victory for West Coast, who moved to the top of the table above Richmond, who they host next week, and improved their record to 7-1 and 3-0 outside Western Australia.
Missing Nic Naitanui, Luke Shuey and Jeremy McGovern, the Eagles underlined their depth with a strong performance against a Giants side that lost Phil Davis and Matt de Boer during the game.
The Eagles had the most potent forward at Spotless Stadium in Jack Darling, who kicked four goals, all in the first half.