Kangaroo Flat and Sandhurst are the teams to beat in the BJFL under-18 girls and under-15 girls competitions.
The Roos are the only undefeated team in the under-18 girls division, while the Dragons are dominating the under-15 girls division with eight wins from eight games.
In round nine action of the under-18 girls division on Sunday a wayward Roos defeated Sandhurst by 83 points.
The Roos kicked 12.17 (89) to 1.0 (6). Grace Beckmans and Lily McNair were best for the Roos, while Hollie Maher and Ella Cochrane played well for the Dragons.
Second-placed Strathfieldsaye handed Eaglehawk a 103-point thumping. Maeve Tupper and Mia Ward were superb for the Storm, while Letitia Crowley and Trinity Alderton battled hard for the Borough.
Kiana Taylor and Gracie Sladden led Golden Square to a 37-point win over Kyneton. Madi Ryswyk and Liz Snell worked hard for the Tigers.
In the under-15 girls division, Sandhurst kept Strathfieldsaye Thunder goalless in its 62-point win. Lucia Painter and Polly Robertson thrived for the Dragons and Natasha Bratby and Jemma Coote were best for Thunder.
Golden Square rallied from an 11-point half-time deficit to defeat Eaglehawk by eight points. Piper Tresize and Olivia Rasmussen stood out for Square, while Holly Congues and Drew Ryan played well for the Hawks.
In the other two games, Strathfieldsaye defeated Kangaroo Flat by 11 points and Kyneton thrashed White Hills by 76 points.
In the under-16 seniors, Kyneton scored a thrilling five-point win over South Bendigo.
The Tigers kicked four goals to two in the final term to win 9.6 (60) to 8.7 (55).
Corey Pertzel kicked three goals in a best on ground effort for the Tigers. Matthew Hanna and Josh Smith also played well. South Bendigo was best served by Tom Martin and James Tyack.
Trey Green and Tim Werps led Strathfieldsaye to a 15-point win over Kangaroo Flat. Aidan Hare and Ben Savy were best for the Roos.
In other games, Golden Square defeated Eaglehawk 11.8 (74) to 4.5 (29), while Sandhurst had 10 individual goal kickers in its 23.17 (155) to 3.1 (19) win over Castlemaine.
In under-14 seniors, Sandhurst moved into second place on the ladder after it defeated Strathfieldsaye by 31 points.
Fraser Banfield and Albert Whiteley led the charge as the Dragons won 6.14 (50) to 3.1 (19). The Storm were best served by Harry Teasdale and Riley Paetow.
In the other game, top-of-the-table Kyneton defeated Golden Square by 38 points.
Ben Cameron and Jed Denahy stood out for the Tigers, while Zac Tickell and Bailey Cain tried hard for the Dogs.
In the under-12A division, Kyneton moved one game clear at the top of the ladder after it defeated closest rival Golden Square by 35 points.
Max Prendergast and Jackson Balcombe were impressive as the Tigers won 7.7 (49) to 2.2 (14). Dalton Webb and Dash Daniels were best for Square.
In the other under-12A match, St Therese’s had 22 scoring shots to none in its 57-point win over Strathfieldsaye.
Tobie Travaglia and Ethan French were the standout players for the Sharks. Daan Lodewijks and Tye Allan tried hard for the Storm.