The Burnie Dockers moved to the top of the NWFL ladder with a percentage-boosting win over Penguin and there were also wins for Wynyard and Ulverstone on Saturday.
The Dockers broke the game open in the second and fourth quarter to secure the 16.18 (114) to 4.13 (37) win over the Two Blues at West Park.
Dylan Smith continued his strong form this season and was the Dockers best in the win and Nick Walters added four goals.
Daniel Baldock battled hard in defeat, while Nathan Russell kicked two goals.
Shrewd defensive efforts in the first and third quarters against the breeze proved crucial for Wynyard in its 27 point victory over East Devonport at the Wynyard Recreation Ground.
The Cats made the most of the advantage in the other two quarters en route to a 11.9 (75) to 7.6 (48) win.
Cats ruckman Sam Douglas was the best player on the ground and Gregg Sharman kicked four goals to go ahead in the league goal kicking leaderboard.
Sam Borlini was the Swans best and Rhys Laycock kicked two goals.
Ulverstone moved two games clear in third place on the ladder with a 11.21 (87) to 5.12 (42) win over Devonport at the Ulverstone Recreation Ground.
Harry Barker starred for the Robins in the win and Brodie Connelly kicked five goals.
Charlie Castles was the Magpies best in the loss.