Bruthen have quickly returned to the winners list, with a hard fought win over Swifts Creek in a top of the table clash.

The Bulldogs took a three goal lead at 1/4 time, and give or take a few goals, is what the margin remained for majority of the game. The Demons were unable to peg the lead back when it counted, despite outscoring their opponents in the last term.

Jamie Barton kicked 4 goals for Bruthen, while Todd Cook was named in their best player on the day.

For Swifts Creek, Jesse Hack continued his goal kicking prowess bagging 5, while Jordy Cameron was named their best player for the game.

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Lindenow South sent Swan Reach crashing back down to the doldrums, with a massive 213 point win.

The Swans never looked likely through out the day, only being able to muster one goal for the game which came in the final quarter.

The Swampies were relentless, kicking 8.7 in the first term, 10.4 in the second, 9.8 in the third and 7.2 in the last.

Max Solomon’s bag of 12 goals gives him 30 for the season from 4 games and puts him second on the goal kicking list. Solomon wasn’t the only multiple goal kicker, with Ashley Hood & Joel Neal kicking four each of their own. Robert O’Keefe was named their best player for the game, while Kirby Higgins and Darcy Neal had solid contributions.

Swan Reach’s best players and goal kicker were unavailable at time of posting.

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Omeo-Benambra notched their fourth win of the season with a comfortable 50 point win over Buchan.

The Cavemen were never really in it as the Alpine Ranges took a 21 point lead at the first break and used that as a foundation to build on over the course of the game.

Buchan's 2nd half was however much better than their first. Though still outscored by their opponents, the Cavemen booted 7.3 after half time to OB's 8.8, showing they may not be far away from their first win if they can put four quarters together.

For Omeo-Benambra, Brandon Betts was the standout in front of the big sticks with 5 goals, while Cody Graske continues his rich vein of form with a best on ground performance and was well supported by Lloydd Jones, Campbell Asham and Travis Sheean.

For Buchan, Tom Buckley-Kohne, Rowan Ingram and Mathew Whelan kicked 2 goals each, while Jack Brick was named their best player for the game.

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