A 43-point victory over Adelaide Crows has given Gold Coast SUNS confidence after Round 14, with a host of players contributing to the strong score line.
Noah Anderson saw plenty of the ball with 28 touches and six clearances, however it was his game-high 816 metres gained that demonstrate his impact on the match.
Fellow midfielder Matt Rowell was his usual relentless self around the contest, amassing 19 disposals, seven clearances and 11 tackles across the four quarters.
Izak Rankine and Ben Ainsworth brought energy to the SUNS forward line, responsible for six goals, 26 score involvements and three assists, collectively.
Once again, Jarrod Witts outperformed his man in the ruck, accumulating 39 hitouts and 6 clearances to Reilley O'Brien's 33 and one.
While veteran David Swallow stood his ground throughout the match and aided the side when under pressure.
He finished with seven intercepts, three tackles inside the SUNS forward 50 and 21 disposals.