BOISDALE-Briagolong was no match for Lindenow during round five of East Gippsland football, going down 27.13 (175) to 4.4 (28).
The imposing Lindenow side featured 12 goal kickers, with four-goal hauls for Harry Hood and Cameron McPhan. Michael Preston kicked eight for the home side, taking his total for the season to 34.
The Bombers were unable to score until the second quarter, kicking a point.
Lindenow took its foot off the pedal in the final term, allowing the visitors to kick three goals, but the damage was done.
Simon Jackson was best for Boisdale-Briagolong, and Angus Fortune best for the Cats.
STRATFORD is celebrating after a strong comeback win over Lucknow, 9.6 (60) to 7.9 (51).
The Magpies were four points up at three-quarter time, but a four-goal final term put Stratford in front.
Josh Kiss kicked three goals, while Tim Light and best-on-ground Sam Brasington scored two apiece.
Jacob Green kicked three goals for Lucknow, with Peter Jenner its best.
ORBOST-Snowy Rovers moved up to second on the ladder after a nine-point win over Wy Yung at home, winning 13.12 (90) to 12.9 (81).
The Tigers were kept to a single goal in the second quarter, but a five-goal fourth quarter put Wy Yung within a whisker.
It was a big day for the Nettletons, with Hamish named the Blue's best, Curtley kicking three goals and Jarrah Nettleton two.
Brayden McCarrey top-scored for the Tigers with four goals, while their best, Jordy Cameron, kicked two.
PAYNESVILLE put in its best performance of the year so far, but it wasn't enough, losing to Lakes Entrance 18.18 (126) to 10.12 (72) at home.
Four Paynesville debutants received their guernseys from their fathers before the seniors game, including Harry Cook, Mitch Willmot, Ethan Hall, and coach Adam Rees' son Rees. The younger Rees went on to kick four goals and was awarded best-on-ground.
Lakes Entrance dominated early, though it was accurate kicking which kept the Seagulls in front.
Gary Puruntatameri kicked five goals for Lakes, and Will Puruntatameri was the Seagulls' best.