The Malawi export scored 54 baskets out of 67 attempts, representing a 76 percent accuracy rate.
The other baskets were scored by Seller Hork and Stacie Procotor.
The result was Waves’ third successive win of the season for the current league leaders.
Mwawi has so far scored over 170 baskets in the three games, giving hope to her ambition to be the league’s top goalscorer for the second successive season.
Last season, she was named VNL’s best player and top goal shooter.
“It was all about teamwork and the girls worked hard. But, as usual, it was an exceptional preface from Mwawi. She gives her all to the team,” said Waves coach Claire Houben.
But Mwawi gave credit to teamwork.
“The girls are always wonderful and they know when and where to pass the ball. It becomes easy for me to score. I am enjoying my new season. We have started well and I hope we can finish as champions. But it’s still a long way to go. We just have to be at our best,” she said in an interview from Melbourne.