The Super 3 series continued on Sunday with three games at Sydney Parade and it's the Dragons who gained the bragging rights as they top the table.
Gaby Lewis had starred in the Dragons opening day win, and the Irish international continued that form with an unbeaten 60 in the 9-wicket victory over the Typhoons.
Lewis hit 6 fours and cleared the ropes once in her run-a-ball innings, sharing an opening stand of 126 with Cecelia Joyce, who also made 60 at an even quicker rate - taking just 52 deliveries, and stroking eight boundaries.
The Typhoons total of 143 for 6 had looked challenging, but the Dragons were always in control, although they were pushed into the final over, sealing victory with four balls to spare.
Irish internationals Clare Shillington (30) and Laura Delany (28) both were in the runs along with overseas players Tilly Lugg (26) and Heidi Cheadle (24).
Lewis was delighted her two half centuries had contributed to two victories and is backing the Dragons to make a major impact in the 2018 campaign.
"On a personal level it was pleasing as I hadnít really started the season that well with the bat, but overall I was really happy," said Lewis.
"As a team weíve gelled really well in a short time and Iím really looking forward to the rest of the season with the Dragons and what we have to offer."
Another player to have made two half centuries was her fellow opener Cecelia Joyce, and it was her unbeaten 64 in the afternoon game that propelled the Dragons to 166 for 5, sharing a stand of 61 with overseas player Kerrie Tomlinson (35).
Caoimhe McCann chipped in with a run-a-ball 21 in another solid batting effort.
Rebecca Stokell hit a breezy 45 from 36 balls (5 fours, 2 sixes) but apart from 24 from Lucy O'Reilly, who had earlier claimed 2 for 17, the Scorchers chase never materialised as they finished 41 runs adrift.
Lara Maritz (3-18) and Cecelia Joyce (2-21) both bowled superbly to restrict the Scorchers to 125 for 7.
The morning game was a one-sided affair as the Scorchers made light of their 127 target.
Una Raymond-Hoey hitting 6 fours and 2 sixes in her 61 not out. She shared an opening stand of 103 with Reebecca Stokell (32), as they won by 9 wickets with 17 balls to spare.
Natasha Morton (1-8) was the only wicket taker.
Jenny Gray top scored with 32 in the Typhoons innings, with Tilly Lugg making 26, while Anna Kerrison (2-18) was best with the ball.
The Super 3 series takes a break now for the Test match but resumes on Friday May 18th.