A 12-goal haul by Jason Rowan helped Warrnambool to a big win over Koroit in the Hampden league grand final re-match.
Rowan kicked 12.7 in a stunning performance as the Blues claimed a 64-point win at Reid Oval.
The Blues skipper capitalised on on his hard-working midfield's dominance kicking five goals in the opening quarter.
The 15.16 (106) to 6.6 (42) result puts the reigning premier two games clear on top of the ladder after six rounds.
It was a day to forget for Koroit with three-time premiership hero Chris McLaren suffering a serious calf injury at the 26-minute mark of the first term that ended his 250th game with the club early.
A seven-goal haul by coach Dan Casey lifted Camperdown to its first win of the season with a 59-point win over Port Fairy at Leura Oval.
It was Casey's first win as coach of the Magpies after taking over from Bernard Moloney.
South Warrnambool stunned Hamilton Kangaroos with a seven-point win at the Friendly Societies' Park.
North Warrnambool Eagles added to Portland's horror record away from home, scoring a 46-point win at Bushfield.
Cobden hosts Terang Mortlake in a night game.