Peel Thunder are celebrating a come-from-behind win over South Fremantle in round 13 of the WAFLW.
The Thunder were 20-points down in the third quarter but they managed to kick the next six goals, taking back the lead and winning the game 9.7 (61) to 7.5 (47).
Kate Bartlett was the standout, booting seven of Peel's nine goals.
Coach Steve Markham said the 22-year-old has really stepped up her game this season and thinks an AFLW recall could be coming her way.
"I think she's 14 goals in front of the leading goalkicker, she won it last year and she's a real key focus for us up forward," he said.
"She'd probably look at getting drafted again, she's been at the Bulldogs and West Coast."
Markham said it would be a huge loss to the Thunder if Bartlett were to be recalled.
"It would be a big hole to fill that's for sure but we're obviously there to support the players as much as we want to win games as well, so hopefully we've got her until the end of the year."
Peel have four games remaining in the regular WAFLW season before finals.
They currently sit at third on the ladder.