Panmure has leapfrogged South Rovers into sixth-place on the Warrnambool and District league table after an impressive 35-point over the Lions.
The Bulldogs were led by Paddy Mahony and Louis Kew, but playing-coach Chris Bant said it was a "full team effort".
He said the key to victory was pressure on the ball and the fact Panmure didn't rely on its stars.
Other winners from the WDFNL's round 10 football included Old Collegians, Merrivale, Nirranda and Kolora-Noorat.
In the netball, Dennington enjoyed a thrilling 51-50 win over Old Collegians.
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Kristie Bolden, Lana Keane and Zoe Fleming stood out for the Dogs, while Nessie McLaren, Rachel Alderson and Nicole O'Shannessy were best for the Warriors.
The win launched Dennington into second spot on the WDFNL table.
Kolora-Noorat enjoyed a two-goal win over Allansford, while Merrivale, Nirranda and South Rovers also got up.
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