A homecoming for Harvey’s Donnell Wallam has been soured by a record-breaking performance by the West Coast Fever, defeating the Queensland Firebirds by 34 points. The reigning Super Netball premiers produced a clinical four-quarter performance against the Firebirds to win 97-63 during round 10 of the 2023 season at Perth’s RAC Arena on Sunday, scoring the most goals in a single game. While the home side started strongly in a bid to avenge their one-goal loss last weekend, Wallam would score the first super shot of the game for the Firebirds, showing plenty of confidence in the goal circle. However, she was quickly matched by Sasha Glasgow as both shooters went super shot for super shot during the final minutes of the opening term. After being dominated during the second quarter, things started to look up for the Firebirds in the third term with an intercept from Ruby Bakewell-Doran being capitalised by Wallam. However, Glasgow continued to punish the Firebirds and push the Fever’s lead out even further. Although Wallam managed a number of much-needed super shots during the final term, the margin was simply too big for the Firebirds to claw their way back. Along with compiling the highest score in a single game in Super Netball history, the Fever’s 34-goal winning margin was the biggest of the season so far. Wallam finished with 37 goals from 40 shots, six super shots from 11 attempts, a goal assist, two rebounds, a feed and 12 turnovers.