The Demons have continued to show why they are a massive threat this season after thumping the Bulldogs by 64 points today in Casey.

The Demons strengthening their top four position with a huge percentage boost 10.13 (73) to 1.3 (9) as only three rounds remain before finals.

Despite only one goal scored in the opening term for the Demons, their ball movement through the midfield was incredible to watch as they went coast to coast.

Kate Hore led the Demons out onto the ground as she played her 50th game, she too kicked an unbelievable goal to make the victory a memorable one for her.

Amongst those players was Olivia Purcell who led the Demons collecting 25 disposals and an amazing nine tackles. Eliza West was just behind with 24 disposals and a goal to add as well.

Olivia Purcell looks to pass off the handball to her teammate after an outstanding performance. Image: Matt Haug

Olivia Purcell looks to pass off the handball to her teammate after an outstanding performance. Image: Matt Haug

Alyssa Bannan led the goalscoring kicking a massive three goals to help in the massive victory, Eden Zanker and Tayla Harris both kicked two a piece and looked very comfortable.

Tayla Harris crashes through the contest to add along with her two goals. Image: Matt Haug

Despite the Bulldogs' loss Ellie Blackburn became just the seventh AFLW player to reach 1,000 career disposals as she racked up a team high 17 disposals. Sarah Hartwig kicked the only major for the Bulldogs in the second quarter.

Western Bulldogs coach Nathan Burke expressed post match about how frustrated he was in his team's display against the Demons.

"First quarter wasn't too bad, second and third though we just made some really dumb decisions, and we played some dumb football and that's what happens against good teams you play really dumb football you get beaten heavily", Burke said.

Burke revealed how disappointed he was as he knew how dominant the Demons were through the middle as players seemed to have open paddocks in front of them.

"Today what really hurt us most was decision making without the ball, we know Melbourne want to use the corridor, we know exactly the way they want to play.

"But when you stand five metres off and you allow them to have the corridor that's a dumb decision, so the dumb decisions were made before we even had the ball", he said.

Melbourne coach Mick Stinear expressed how happy he was with his teams dominant performance as well the wonderful season the girls are having.

"I think there's pretty strong performance across the four quarters. Some really good time in forward half our mids were brilliant as they set the tone in there, and some good contests forward of the ball and our backs held up well, Stinear said."

The Demons have Gold Coast next where they will travel to Metricon Stadium to play them Saturday night. Following Gold Coast the Demons have Essendon and West Coast to play.

The Bulldogs are to take on St Kilda next week at Mars Stadium to keep their spot within the top eight and hopefully make the race for finals. West Coast and Carlton are to play following the Saints.