Joe O'Sullivan celebrated his 100th senior game in style with a 101-point drubbing of Allansford at home.
The 25-year-old was an emergency in Kolora-Noorat's 2017 premiership but has carved out a strong reputation, according to Power coach Ben Walsh.
"He's had some challenges with injury and missed some opportunities but he's a really popular person around the club and a selfless player," Walsh said.
"For anyone to reach 100 games, it shows they are deeply committed to their side. And we've got a strong club and community, so it's great to see guys tick off milestones."
In a warning to the rest of the competition, the Power scored more than 100 points despite the fact they lost Ben Fraser, the league's second highest goal-scorer (37), before the match with a knee complaint.
Kolora-Noorat took the opportunity to trial some new combinations in attack, something Walsh said could prove handy come September.
Mark Clissold (five goals) played deeper in a best on ground performance, while Paul McSween (two) and Luke Tebble (one) also clocked up plenty of time in the forward line throughout the 20.16 (136) to 4.11 (35) triumph.
"It probably made us a bit quicker than usual," Walsh said.
"And it's nice to know we've got that capability in the side."
Fraser is expected to return for Kolora-Noorat next week, but Brad Johnson (knee) will miss out.
Walsh said he was rapt the Power took more risks off half-back and broke the game open after an "arm-wrestle" in the first half.
And despite the heavy scoreline, he said Allansford had a bright future.
"Their hardness around the ball is great - we've got some sore boys," Walsh said.
"They missed some opportunities, but they're definitely heading in the right direction."
Allansford coach Ben Price said Kolora-Noorat punished his side's errant goal-kicking and took the game away in the third quarter.
"They have to be the premiership favourite now," he said.
"Class, composure and structure - they're the complete package."
But he was impressed with the senior debut made by 16-year-old Cat Taylan Jones, who joined the side after Joe Meade was a late withdrawal.
"He was under pressure all day but put himself in the right spots in our forward line," Price said.
And despite losing the last two games by a total of 183 points, the Cats mentor says he is looking forward to next week's date with fourth-placed Merrivale.
"I'd love to get a win over them," he said.
"Hopefully we're good enough to get another look at them come finals, so it would be great to have the upper hand, Price said.
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