Omeo-Benambra were unable to overcome current ladder leaders Bruthen, with the latter winning by 25 points.

After a tight first term, the Bulldogs skipped out to a 21 point lead at the main break. The Alpine Ranges were unable to reel in the deficit for the remainder of the match.

Ben Murphy headed the goal kickers list for Bruthen with 4, while Todd Cook was named their best player on the day.

For Omeo-Benambra, Lloydd Jones and Brandon Betts kicked 2 goals each, while Travis Sheean was named best for the Mountain Men.

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Lindenow South secured second spot on the ladder with a solid 66 point win over Buchan.

The Swampies were in control from the get-go, increasing their lead at every change.

Max Solomon got back amongst the goals with a bag of 11, while Alfred Solomon was named best-on-ground.

For the Cavemen, Brooks Joiner and Justin Hunt kicked 3 goals each, while James Joiner and Mathew Whelan battled hard all day.

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Swifts Creek kicked 30 goals in what was a 189 demolition of Swan Reach.

The Demons jumped out of the gates early kicking 9 goals to 1 in the first term and never looked back, showing no mercy to the Swans.

Jesse Hack and Nathan Fehst enjoyed a day out in front of the big sticks with 9 goals each, with the latter also being named best-on-ground.

For Swan Reach, Daniel Roberts and Will Cantrill were their sole goal kickers, while Dane Cantrill was named their best on the day.

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