ELIMINATING the draw would add an extra element to the NAB AFL Women's competition, Western Bulldogs ruck Aasta O'Connor says.

Instead, she suggested a golden point rule or playing extra time as ways of adding value to the limited seven-week season.

"I wish there'd be a golden point rule or maybe we can look at a five-minute [extra time] each way. I just think in such a short season a draw is not what we are after," O'Connor said on this week's episode of Trail Blazers, the official AFLW podcast.

Greater Western Sydney and Adelaide drew on the weekend, following two draws last season (between the Giants and Adelaide and Carlton and Brisbane).

O'Connor and host Nat Edwards looked back at the round-four action, including the Bulldogs' record-breaking win against Carlton on Friday night in the competition's first 'Pride' game.

"I've been in football for a really long time, so to think when I started I would be playing in a pride game in an AFL jumper, walking through a banner with another club, was really special," O'Connor said.

"At the end of the game you take your jumper off and have a look and you think, this was unique, this was something that will continue, so [I'm] really proud to be a part of it."

The podcast discussion also focused on Brooke Lochland's record seven-goal haul, which did not surprise her teammate.

"[She] worked really hard over the pre-season on her skills. She'd be the first one to put her hand up and say she had a bit of work to do on her kicking and I look at her now and see how confident she is with ball in hand," O'Connor said.