Suns record two wins in as many games for the first time in the club’s history.
Gold Coast posted back-to-back AFL wins for the first time as they beat a tired Western Bulldogs by 32 points at Metricon Stadium.
The Suns, who beat Melbourne by 60 points last weekend, ran away with the match in a seven-goal-to-one third quarter on their way to the 13.15 (93) to 8.13 (61) victory.
The defeat leaves the Bulldogs down with the Demons and winless Greater Western Sydney at the wrong end of the ladder with just one victory from eight matches.
Hardman Campbell Brown was a star for the Suns in his second match back from suspension while youngsters Jaeger O’Meara and Aaron Hall were also too good for the Bulldogs.
Brown booted three goals and had a hand in several more while Hall was the other multiple goalkicker for the Suns with two majors.
Jake Stringer and Luke Markovic booted three goals each for the Bulldogs.