Weddberburn kept Boort goalless in their round two North Central Football League clash on Saturday.
The Redbacks had 58 scoring shots to six in their 26.32 (188) to 0.6 (6) thumping of the Magpies.
Full-forward Sam Barnes kicked 12 goals for Wedderburn and the margin should have been greater.
In the third quarter alone the Redbacks had 22 scoring shots for 11.11.
In a game where the Redbacks had few poor players, Jayden Jones and Jackson Guan stood out alongside Barnes.
The battling Magpies' best players were Jack Smith, Nathan Maw and Mitch Baker.
Donald rallied from an eight-point deficit at the final change to defeat St Arnaud by four points, 12.11 (83) to 12.7 (79).
Forward Seamus Young was the match-winner for Donald, kicking seven of his side's 12 goals.
Rian McGough and Patrick Purcell also played well for Donald.
James McNamee kicked five goals for the Saints, while Nick Baldwin was their best player.
The Saints slip to a 1-1 record while Donald is 2-0.
Birchip Watchem outclassed Wycheproof-Narraport in a replay of last year's grand final.
The Demons unfurled their premiership flag and kicked an early goal, but the highlights stopped there.
The Bulls led five goals to one at quarter-time and by half-time the margin was 39 points.
The Demons defended strongly, but couldn't produce enough quality forward 50 entries.
The Bulls kicked 3.4 to no score in the last quarter to run out 13.16 (94) to 4.3 (27) winners.
Fraser House, Joseph Reid and Sam Simmons played well for the Bulls, while Joel Turner, Ricky Allan and Jed Bish battled hard for the Demons.
Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers have a 2-0 record after disposing of Charlton by four goals.
The Tigers led by eight goals at the final change before the Blues kicked five goals to one in the last quarter.
The Tigers won 13.13 (91) to 9.14 (67), with Brodie Adcock, Trent Donnan and Tom Summerhayes the standout players.
Tom Finlay, Mitch Gleeson and Brock Orval were best for Charlton.
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