You were either the hunter or the hunted in round six's slate of division one games.
Jay Schulz's return to Old Launcestonians had the team humming en route to a 102-point twilight crushing over Perth.
The former Tiger star booted four goals for OLFC as they downed the Magpies 20.14 (134) to 3.14 (32).
He was joined by Mark Edwards (three goals), with Campbell Fraser, Will Archer and Joey Cullen pitching in with two apiece.
Richard Howe kicked all three of Perth's goals.
UTAS didn't stand a chance against a rolling Lilydale, who stayed undefeated after whacking the former 28.10 (178) to 2.2 (14).
Pocket rocket Sonny Whiting punished UTAS with a filthy 11 goals.
He was joined by Thane Bardenhagen (5), James Storay (3) among others who joined in the field day of scoring.
Zachary Paul and Ben Arnold scored UTAS' two goals.
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Old Scotch got back into form after a bye against Bridport, cruising to a 15.18 (108) to 6.5 (41) win up the North-East.
The Gulls kept pace early on, but an eager Collegians side piled it on in a dominant third quarter to get the win.
Josh Matthews kicked three for Scotch.
Will Harper also kicked three after returning from a concussion along with Jonty Swallow who kicked a pair himself.
The Suns won their first ever game against St Pats after doing the same with Evandale last week.
Meander Valley won the nail-biter 7.10 (52) to 6.13 (49).
The home side Suns trailed all game but managed to stay tight with the Saints.
But a three-goal fourth quarter guided Meander Valley to the win, with Brodie Langley leading the team with two scores.
The East Coast Swans were able to put their Lilydale loss behind them against Evandale in brutal fashion, rolling to a 16.20 (116) to 6.2 (38) win at home.
Nick Child showed no mercy in booting six goals for the Swans, with Sam Child, Aaron Seen and Cameron Upton kicking two majors each as well.
Eagle Sam Bouwman proved to be a bright spot for his team in the kicking department, kicking a handy three goals.