HAMPDEN suffered one of its biggest losess in interleague history today.
The Bottle Greens were no match for Ovens and Murray at Wangaratta, going down 29.16 (190) to 10.5 (65).
Ovens and Murray forward Adam Prior kicked 11 goals in the 125-point demolition.
Cobden's Sam Harkin kicked three goals and Travis Graham, Sam Dobson and Wil Pomorin each slotted two for Hampden.
Bomber tall Paul Hinkley was a shining light for the Bottle Greens, holding former Carlton and Brisbane spearhead Brendan Fevola to one goal.
Hinkley was awarded the Bottle Greens' best on ground medal.
Warrnambool and District came from 28 points down at three-quarter-time to defeat Colac and District in Colac.
The Simon O'Keefe-coached side won 14.7 (91) to 12.12 (84).
Vice-captain James Keane kicked a goal off the ground to put Warrnambool and District up 24 minutes into the final term.
Chris Keilar then kicked a goal from a stoppage to ensure the come-from-behind win.
Mininera and District was left to rue a poor first half, losing its battle against Golden Rivers at Lake Bolac.
Quambatook forward Paul Messer kicked nine goals for the visitors in the 15.10 (100) to 10.7 (67) win.
Mininera and District coach Mick Jennings said his side responded strongly in the second half.
It was the league's first interleague appearance in 14 years.