At the Lakeside Oval, Wy Yung won a low-scoring hitout against Lakes Entrance by 13 points.
The Seagulls were kept scoreless in the opening term but were still in the contest as they trailed by eight points at the break.
Both sides played a better brand of football in the second quarter, booting three goals each as Wy Yung held a nine-point lead at half time.
Like the first quarter, Lakes Entrance was unable to hit the scoreboard in the third, giving the Tigers the chance to extend their lead to 22 at three quarter time.
The Seagulls were lucky to be trail by that margin as the Tigers struggled to put them away, booting seven behinds.
The momentum shifted in the final quarter with Wy Yung held scoreless as Lakes made its run. However, its inaccuracy 1.3 was costly.
James Beha and Brodie Anderson kicked two goals each for the Tigers while Dave Waddell was the Tigers’ best.
For Lakes, coach, James Gibbs, and Josh Piper kicked two goals each.
Lucknow has strung its second win together after taking home the points against Orbost Snowy.
It was an even opening term as both sides slugged it out, however it was the Magpies who would take a seven-point lead into the first break after scoring the only goal of the quarter.
The Blues would remain goalless until the fourth quarter as the Magpies worked harder around the ground.
At half time Lucknow had a 14-point lead before the third quarter was owned by the Magpies who booted four goals to the Blues two behinds.
With a 38-point lead at three quarter time, Lucknow had done enough and closed out the game with three last quarter goals.
Robert Cooper and Tim Keyte booted two goals each for the Magpies while Nick Sinclair was named best on ground.
For Orbost Snowy, Sam Morrow put in a strong performance.
A goalless first half from Paynesville saw Boisdale Briagolong cruise to a comfortable fourth victory of the season.
The Bombers came out flying in the first quarter and booted five unanswered goals to lead by 31 points at the first break and effectively put the game to bed.
The Gulls managed to restrict the Bombers to just two goals in the second quarter, but were unable to score their first goal as Boisdale’s lead grew out to 43 points at half time.
Paynesville finally broke through with a goal in the third quarter, however the Bombers kicked away again with the lead extended to 51 points.
Boisdale won the last quarter two goals to one in what was a dominant performance.
Nicolaus Campbell was dangerous up forward for the Bombers while Mathew Goodwin had plenty of touches in the midfield along with the consistent Shaun Bates.
For Paynesville, veteran, Dave Ashworth, toiled hard while Nick Pincott and Cory Pescod were the only goalkickers.
A five-goal opening term had the Swans on the back foot from the outset and they were unable to recover as they trailed by 23
points at quarter time.
Lindenow’s defence was impenetrable with Stratford only booting three goals for the match.
In the second quarter the match evened out, however Lindenow’s lead still increased and by half time it was up by 27 points.
The third term was owned by the Cats as the Swans failed to hit the scoreboard while the visitors booted three goals of their own to lead by 48 points at the final break.
Lindenow finished off strongly with two goals in windy conditions.
Cats skipper, Luke Dyer, led from the front with four goals in a best-on-ground performance while Harold Hood was also outstanding in the midfield, booting two goals.
For the Swans, defender Jesse Broadbent worked hard at full back while Haydn Erfurth, Nicholas French and Nathan Pollard were the goal kickers.
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