Opposition coach Nick Sheehan believes Kolora-Noorat is the "benchmark" of the Warrnambool and District league competition this season.
Sheehan's Warriors took it up to the Power for a half on Saturday but would eventually fall 5.8 (38) to 15.9 (99).
"They're the benchmark and that's where we've got to get and we'll keep pushing each other to get there," Sheehan said.
The Power look to be serious premiership contenders after thumping Dennington and Pamure in their first two matches and the convincing win against finals-contender Old Collegians.
But coach Ben Walsh won't let his men get ahead of themselves.
"We have started the year well, but we understand it's really early in the year and a lot can change,' he said.
"It's certainly just focusing on what we're doing really well and making sure we understand the way we want to play and not get ahead of ourselves."
The Power stormed to their third straight victory of the season but not without a first-half fight from Old Collegians.
Kolora-Noorat got off to a flying start with the first three goals but a straight kick from Jamie McKenzie and a brilliant snap from Josh Reichman ensured the Warriors took a three-point lead into quarter time.
Walsh urged his men to lift, telling them to be more aggressive at the ball and in defence.
It was a tight contest in the second quarter with only the Power managing to kick two goals.
Then the key moment arrived.
Kolora-Noorat forward Nick Hoare marked just before the half-time siren rang.
He kicked a drop punt that swung through the big sticks and he was mobbed by his elated Power teammates.
Walsh's side surged ahead in the third quarter with a host of players kicking goals, including Nick Bourke, to go 48 points up at three-quarter-time.
Kolora-Noorat would run out 61-point victors and celebrate Brad Johnson's 150th match for the club in style.
Milestone man Johnson said he was happy to be back at the Power after five years away.
"I just absolutely love the Power," he said.
"It's a great club, I've never played anywhere like it."
He said his team had made a great start to season.
"We can't read too much into it, it's only early in the season," he said.
"I'm super proud of the boys and hopefully we can keep it going for the rest of the year."
It was a tough day from the outset for the Warriors who had a couple of late withdrawals.
Speedsters Izaac Dwyer and Blake Rudland-Castles withdrew before the game with injuries.
Sheehan said it was tough to lose those players but it gave others an opportunity.
"It was a good chance for a few blokes to stand up," he said.
The Warriors mentor said he could see room for improvement in the way his team moves the ball.
"We've got to be able to link up a bit better going forward," he said.
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