Kolora-Noorat maintained its grip on the Warrnambool and District league's top spot after a commanding 56-point over South Rovers.
Meanwhile, Panmure posted its first three-figure win in years when it defeated East Warrnambool Bombers 22.16 (148) to 9.14 (68).
Ben Robertson, Louis Kew and Tom White all booted four goals, but Bulldogs coach Chris Bant said he was most pleased with the fact his side had 11 individual goal-kickers.
Roberston was best on ground, while teenager Jacob Moloney was named in Panmure's best for the fifth time this season.
Old Collegians defeated the Timboon Demons despite booting eight goals and 18 behinds.
This impoirtant result kept Nick Sheehan's men two games ahead of Allansford, which enjoyed a 32-point over Russells Creek.
Finally, Merrivale belted Dennington by 123 points.
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