Burt was superb, marking overhead and kicking straight, combining with teammate Daniel Bateman to give Kelmscott’s defence plenty of headaches in the 26.17 (173) to 3.2 (20) win.
The Stingers open-ed the floodgates with four consecutive goals to finish the quarter, then kicked another nine in the second to take an 84-point lead into half-time.
Kelmscott started the third quarter on fire, winning much more of the ball causing some ill discipline to creep into the Stingers game, conceding three goals from 50m penalties.
Stingers dominated in the last, booting seven goals from 14 scoring shots.
They now have five wins from six games this season after their 15.18 (108) to 7.3 (45) win against the Swans, which was secured in a dominant fourth quarter performance.
Best on ground for Warnbro were Mich-ael Fletcher, Will Dawson, Cam Lawford and Lance Smith. Fletcher was superb in a shut down role in the second half.
The reserves had another dominant performance, posting a 133-point win against the winless Canning Vale 20.24 (144) to 1.5 (11).
The Colts had a rather tough assignment against Canning Vale, but the home side ran out 24 point winners in an impressive second half ” 10.10 (70) to 6.10 (46).
The thirds made it four wins from four senior games with a convincing 26.11 (167) to 2.2 (14) win. Kieran Lamond was a standout up forward.