KOROIT couldn't be less reliant on one player if it tried.
The Saints - buoyed through multiple goalkickers - were back to their brilliant best in a 144-point rout of Moyne Shire rival Port Fairy on Saturday.
Big man Jeremy Hausler - spending the majority of the game forward - slotted six as Tim McIntyre (five majors), Ben Dobson (three), Sam Dobson (three), Will Couch (three) and Clem Nagorcka (two) piled on the misery for the Seagulls at Victoria Park.
Koroit mentor Chris McLaren said his men were determined to bounce back after a disappointing defeat to North Warrnambool Eagles prior to Victoria's fourth COVID-19 lockdown.
He said the "proud" group needed no motivation as it cruised to a 25-goal masterclass on its home deck.
"Sam Dobson rolled his ankle in the first quarter and we sort of he ended up plonking himself deep to play out the half. He was hampered from quarter-time onwards," McLaren said.
"He wanted to see if he could get to half time - that helps your rotations and things when you're not one down so early.
"To be kicking a big score and to have multiple goal kickers - Jarrod (Korewha) obviously didn't play - and Sam only played basically a half... It was pleasing we were able to spread that out and hit the scoreboard."
McLaren said youngsters Paddy O'Sullivan and Mac Petersen were among the standouts while Tom Baulch was also impressive.