Gold Coast Suns hit AFLW low against Brisbane

Jesse Wardlaw of the Lions makes a run during the round two AFLW match between the Brisbane Lions and the Gold Coast Suns. Jono Searle/Getty Images

Brisbane have consigned Gold Coast to the AFLW's lowest score in a 63-point QClash drubbing.

Best-on-ground Jesse Wardlaw and Dakota Davidson both kicked four goals for the Lions in the 10-5 (65) to 0-2 (2) win on Sunday at Hickey Park in Brisbane.

The Suns' two points eclipsed Richmond's three-point effort last season as the lowest score in the competition's fifth season.

Brisbane, who drew with the Suns in last year's inaugural QClash, registered 21 marks inside 50 to the Suns' one as they improved to 2-0 and the Suns' dropped a second-straight game.

Sophie Conway, Nat Grider, Lauren Arnell and Greta Bodey (two goals) were all dominant for the hosts as they notched their highest AFLW score.

Conway gained 364 metres from her 13 possessions, most of which hit targets. Wardlaw had a hand in two other goals to win the QClash medal, while Arnell weaved her magic down the left flank and the Lions' defence intercepted whenever called upon.

The Lions led by 15 in their inaugural QClash last season but didn't kick a second-half goal as they split the points with the Suns in a Queensland derby cliffhanger.

There were no signs of a repeat on Sunday though, Wardlaw kicking her second to begin the third quarter to end any hopes of a comeback.