EVANDALE celebrated the miraculous senior footballing career of Anthony Axton with a positive 15.11 (101) to 8.5 (83) win over Meander Valley at Westbury.
Sam Bouwman's three consecutive first-quarter goals set the tone for the contest and kept the distance from the Suns as they were unable to match the Eagles' pace and effective inside-50 entries.
Tom Chugg also ended up with three majors as he and Kieran Carlton ran riot throughout despite Meander Valley goal-sneak Richie Heazlewood's best efforts with four majors.
LILYDALE overcame a slight scare to come home 12.18 (90) to 8.4 (52) winners over Perth.
The Magpies piled on a six-goal third quarter to get within 16 points of the undefeated Demons at three-quarter time but that lit a fire beneath them as Lilydale pulled it together and held their opponents score-less in the last.
Sonny Whiting bagged another casual four majors to bring his total to 71 for the season and Trent Griggs showed his class as a looming threat in a best-on-ground performance while Perth's Jordan Furley impressed in tandem with coach Josh Holton's three majors.
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Matt Spohn backed up last week's goal-kicking performance with another bag of five as OLD LAUNCESTONIANS accounted for Uni-Mowbray on Friday night.
Returning to form following a bout of appendicitis, Spohn has kicked 11 majors over the past two games and continued to look the goods in the 18.29 (137) to 5.4 (34) win.
Jeremy Jackson and Field Reeves also hit the scoreboard with three apiece in the lop-sided affair as Zach Spurway-Smith kicked two for Uni-Mowbray in a strong Zac Fleming performance.
In a near-identical result to last week for OLD SCOTCH, the Thistles were outdone by a surging East Coast outfit in a 18.22 (130) to 4.3 (27) defeat.
Nick Child continued to edge himself closer to Whiting's goal-kicking numbers, kicking six to take him to 63 majors for the year as he and Michael Murfet (four) controlled the attacking 50.
Ricky Evans was the only member of the losing side to secure multiple goals as Jonty Swallow and Thomas Wagenknecht pushed hard for Old Scotch, who sit ninth on the ladder with two wins.
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