Bruthen had a comfortable win over Buchan by 84 points at Bruthen.

The Bulldogs’ inaccuracy prevented them from having a larger lead at 1/4 time and by the main break Bruthen had jumped out to a 42 point lead.

The second half was a similar story, with the Bulldogs running all over the Cavemen. The final margin would likely have been larger had the Dogs kicked straight, kicking 8.14 in the latter half of the game.

For Bruthen, Harley Kenner bagged 4 goals, while Todd Mann and Nick Sinclair also added 3 goals each of their own. Bevan Lupo-Worseldine was named best-on-ground and had great support from Jamie Barton, Rhys Kennedy and Tim Coxhill.

For Buchan, Tom Buckley-Kohne continues to work hard for his club with 2 snags and named best for the Cavemen. Tim Whelan, Kyle McKenzie and Jeff Walker also tried hard throughout the day.

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Omeo-Benambra have set themselves up well to have a crack at challenging for third spot on the ladder after pantsing Swan Reach by 147 points.

The Mountain Men never let the Swans in the game, leading at the first change 38 points. The Swans then failed to score in the second term and if there was any doubt previously, the game was definitely over at half time.

It sets OB up a tilt for a higher ladder position next round in a fascinating game against current 3rd place holder Swifts Creek.

Omeo-Benambra were well serviced Dale Overall, Aaron Mitchell and Brandon Betts who kicked 18 of the team's 26 goals. Lloydd Jones was named best-on-ground and had great support from Cody Graske and Dean Jobling.

For Swan Reach, Ivan Hood continues to play a strong hand in their goal kicking, nabbing 2 goals, while Steven Dadswell also chipped in with 2 of his own. Bronson Ritchie tried hard all day and performances from Josh Cormack, Craig Castairs and Tyson Veale were also valued by the club.

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Lindenow South took the honours against Swifts Creek with a solid 44 point win at Swifts Creek.

The first half was reasonably close, though the Swampies threatened to pull away in the second term heading into the main break with a 21 point lead.

The third quarter saw Lindenow South do just that, with the Swampies slamming on 6.4 to 1.1 to take a 54 point lead into 3/4 time.

The Demons outscored their opponents 3.1 to 1.3 in the final quarter but the damage was already well and truly done.

Swifts Creek's Jesse Hack continued his hot form leading the goal kickers list with 4 goals, while Jordy Cameron continued his own hot streak of form named as the Demon's best.

Lindenow South's Ashley Hood topped their goal kickers with 4 goals, while spearhead Max Solomon had a quiet day by his standards with 3 of his own. Joel Neal was named best-on-ground, and was well accompanied by Russell White and Jack Driesen.

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