MAFFRA had a thumping 109 point win over Bairnsdale, 24.16 (160) to 7.9 (51).
The Eagles piled on seven goals to none in the third quarter in a dominating performance.
Andrew Petrou kicked five goals and Mitch Bennett four, with Jackson Scott best.
The Redlegs had seven individual goal kickers, with Tomm Bryan best.
TRARALGON had a come from behind win against Moe, winning 13.13 (91) to 10.7 (67).
The home side was two goals down at both half time and three quarter time, but rallied strongly to get over the line in the final quarter.
Lee Stockdale was the standout with his five goals, with Jordan Bourke best for the Maroons, while Scott Van Dyk delivered four goals for the Lions, and Colin Sanbrook was best.
RIVALS Warragul and Drouin were neck and neck at half time, until the Hawks pulled away to win 12.5 (77) to 7.14 (56).
Inaccurate kicking marred the home side’s game, with twice as many behinds as goals.
Nathaniel Paredes was best for the Gulls, while for the Hawks, Ben Hughes kicked five.
SOUTH Gippsland neighbours Leongatha and Wonthaggi met on Sunday afternoon, with the indomitable Parrots winning 13.8 (86) to 9.11 (65).
The ladder leaders kicked six goals in the second quarter before the Power pulled in front by a point at three quarter time, setting up a thrilling final quarter.
The Parrots kicked a furious five goals to one to shore up their ladder position.
Best-on-ground Adam Cook kicked four for the home side, while Zak Vernon booted four for the visitors.
Chris Dunne added a single goal to his leading goalkickers tally, while Ben Willis was best.