Omeo Benambra has proven too good for Buchan at Buchan cruising to an 83-point win.
The Ranges set up the win in the first quarter after finding themselves with a 39-point lead at quarter time.
It was much of the same in the second quarter as the visitors booted another five goals to one. At half time the Ranges’ lead was 63 points.
The third quarter was the Cavemen’s best with two goals while Omeo Benambra could only score one.
The pressure lifted from Bruthen but the Ranges had already done the damage and led by 61 points at the final break.
The last quarter was owned by Omeo Benambra as it found the big sticks on four occasions to Buchan’s three points.
Matt Whelan played well for Buchan while youngster, Jai Hayward, stood out for the
Ranges with seven goals.
At Lindenow South, Bruthen continued its dominance defeating Lindenow South by 54 points.
Despite Swampies coach, Max Solomon, booting seven goals, the Bulldogs were too strong all over the ground and it showed in the first quarter as they found themselves with a 28-point lead at the first break.
The second quarter was more even with both sides booting five gaols each, but at half time Bruthen was still in control with a 30-point lead.
The goals continued to rain down in the second half, but like the first half it was the Bulldogs who were playing the better brand of football, which saw them open up a 43-point lead at three quarter time.
In the last quarter the Swampies were no match as Bruthen piled on another five goals.
This win sees Bruthen sitting in first place on the ladder.
Swan Reach has secured its second win of the Omeo District football season after downing Swifts Creek by nine points at
It was a tough opening term as both sides could only be separated by two points in favour of the Swans. In the second quarter Swan Reach held the Demons goalless while the home side extended its lead to 11 points at the main break.
The low-scoring affair continued in the third quarter but once again it was the Swans who gained the upper hand to lead by 23 points at the final break.
The lead could have been more of it wasn’t for the home side’s inaccurate kicking, booting 5.11 at three quarter time.
Swifts Creek came out firing in the last quarter, booting three goals to one. However, that one goal for the Swans sealed the victory.
For Swan Reach, Sam Tindley-Roe had plenty of the football while Max Killey performed well for Swifts Creek.
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