A scintillating goal by Ghanaian Elizabeth Addo turned out to be nothing more than a consolation as the Newcastle Jets finished their campaign in style with an impressive 4-1 win over Western Sydney Wanderers.
Rachel Lowe did well to win possession on the halfway line before feeding Lo'eau LaBonta, who played a neat one-two with Addo before chipping the ball into the path of the Ghanaian who found the back of the net in some style to halve the deficit.
Any hopes of a Western Sydney comeback were quickly quashed when Collister capped an impressive debut season with an exquisite left-footed chip from the corner of the box to restore the Jets' two goal advantage.
The Wanderers were staring down the barrel of their 10th loss from 12 games this season and pushed hard to try and get back into the game, but when the ball fell kindly to substitute Remy Siemsen in the 77th minute, her wayward finish summed up the away side's season as she blasted wastefully over.
At the other end of the pitch, just two minutes later, it was a Jets substitute who capped off a fantastic night for the home team as Cortnee Vine lashed home a fourth to complete the scoring.
Libby Copus-Brown's long-range effort dropped perfectly at the feet of Wright in the box, and she neatly laid the ball off to Vine who made no mistake to notch up her fourth goal of the season.
The strike also ensured Vine would finish the season as the club's leading scorer, going one ahead of American import Katie Stengel.
Along with Addo, LaBonta troubled the Jets all night, and when the ball broke to her in the 87th minute, it looked like the away side would at least bag a consolation effort.
However, Eckerstrom had other ideas as she showed excellent reflexes to deny her compatriot and cap off an excellent individual season by the American goalkeeper.
For the home side, it was a great way to finish the 2018/19 season in front of another great crowd, whilst the Wanderers will not look back fondly on this campaign as they only managed four points from 12 matches, conceding a whopping 30 goals in the process.