Rand Walbundrie Walla Giants have revived its season with an upset win over top side Osborne at Osborne by 21 points.
The stunning victory was the second year running that the Giants have toppled Osborne on their home ground.
Coach Myles Aalbers, who announced earlier in the week he will be stepping down after four years at the helm of the Giants, set up the win with four goals.
The Giants led at every change with its highest margin being 29 points in the third term. The Ducks Jack, Chris and Jeremy were sensational for the winners.
George Alexander continued his excellent return to the playing arena with an outstanding four-goal contribution for Osborne. The Giants' win made up for its heartbreaking loss the previous week and has pushed them back inside the top six.
Lockhart consolidated its position in the top six with an excellent come from behind win over a depleted Henty outfit.
With both sides missing several key players, it was the Demons who were able to overturn a half-time deficit to run out 33 point winners at Henty.
Lockhart was without Jordan Harrington and James Creasy, while Henty was missing Jared Brennan, Kim Kantilla, Will Farrer, Dale and Daniel Cox.
Lockhart with Abe Wooden, Andrew Emery (5 goals), Blake Jones and Jess Margosis in great touch took over in a dominant second half.
Swampies' star forward Damien Cupido led Henty with seven goals, while Taylor Clark and Shannon Terlich both played well.
Billabong Crows have made it six wins for the season and moved into second position after they easily accounted for Jindera at Jindera by 81 points.
The Crows have never been this high on the ladder at this stage of the season and with the competition's best percentage are genuine contenders.
Josh Evans continued his excellent season with four goals and best afield, with Hayden Wishart, Bronson Schofield and Sam Herzich not far behind.
Al Austin and Zachary Kerr led a very tight defence that conceded just three goals, as the Bulldogs were outclassed and outmuscled.
Mitch Lawrence, Michael Galvin, Jesse Harris and Tom Weldon did plenty of work for Jindera who had won its previous two matches.
Culcairn's mantle as one of the league's most consistent teams gained further merit with a hard-earned 32 point win over Howlong at Culcairn.
The Spiders produced one of its best efforts for a month and when they trailed by just six points at the final change looked a big chance.
The Lions responded in the best fashion by adding four goals to nothing in the final term to stay well entrenched in the top six.
In a tough day for forwards, neither side scored a goal in a dour third term, with Howlong failing to score a goal in the second half.
Lions' star Jye Shields was a standout performer from either side, while Ben Baker and Peter Hancock played blinding games for Howlong.
Holbrook made it two wins in a row with a very easy 122 point win over the winless Murray Magpies at Holbrook.
The Brookers' win could have been considerably higher as poor conversion flawed an otherwise impressive display.
The Brookers kicked 4-11 in the final term.
Holbrook had 11 different goalkickers, with coach Matt Sharp leading the way with four, as they conjured up 44 scoring shots to the Magpies' seven.
Sam Harris continued his solid form off half back, with Brendan Dess, Charlie White, Andrew Dear, Aaron Baker and Nick Cottrell all amongst the best.
Hayden Edwards' superb season continued with another tireless performance for the visitors who also lost the reserves by a big margin.
Brock Burrum Saints have gone to the top of the table following the surprise loss of Osborne.
The Saints, who were also inaccurate, defeated CDHBU by 63 points at Brocklesby.
Nick Sedgwick produced another best on ground effort with 30 plus possessions.
Three goals each to Kade Garland, Josh McCudden and John Spencer was pivotal for the Saints.
Kane Mills was again superb for the Power, with big Rob Anderson good at half forward and Wade Dickson in the midfield.