Kolora-Noorat looks like a serious premiership contender after defeating Old Collegians by 61 points in a commanding second half display on Saturday.
The clash was considered the Warrnambool and District league match of the round and, in the first half, it lived up to its hype.
The second quarter was an arm-wrestle but a crucial moment came when Nick Hoare kicked truly after the half-time siren.
He was mobbed by his Power teammates as they went into the main break, 19 points ahead.
In the second half Kolora-Noorat stormed to victory.
The Warriors charged to a 10-goal win in the A grade netball after a tight match against the Power finished 57-47.
Old Collegians finished strongly after trailing Kolora-Noorat by two goals mid-way through the encounter.
In other football matches, Allansford defeated East Warrnambool, Merrivale got the points over Panmure and Nirranda beat Dennington.
In other netball games, the Cats overcame East Warrnambool, the Blues beat the Dogs in a grand final rematch, Merrivale defeated Panmure and Timboon Demons beat Russells Creek.
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