BENDIGO - ROUND 2
Golden Square 14.23 (107) d Kangaroo Flat 4.11 (35)
Bulldogs extend their winning run to 37 in a row against the Roos, who have kicked just seven goals in their opening two games. Plenty of goalkicking practice needed for both teams after they combined for 18.34 at Wade Street. Jon Coe, Jake Thrum and Jack Geary the best for Square, while Hayden Pyke was the Roos best contributor.
Gisborne 21.20 (146) d Kyneton 7.9 (51)
Eaglehawk 18.17 (125) d South Bendigo 7.6 (48)
Maryborough 12.7 (79) d Castlemaine 9.10 (64)
Strathfieldsaye 12.17 (89) d Sandhurst 6.7 (43)
LODDON VALLEY - ROUND 3
BL-Serpentine 20.11 (131) d Calivil United 13.7 (85)
Two wins in a row for the Bears, while the Demons slip to 0-3. Cody Gunn booted eight goals for the Bears, who turned a two-point lead at half-time into a 46-point victory.
Mitiamo 16.12 (108) d Newbridge 5.6 (36)
What a response by the Superoos to last week's disappointing performance against Pyramid Hill. A huge 72-point win for the Superoos in the grand final re-match with Justin Maddern kicking four goals in his return game for the club.
Bridgewater 12.17 (89) d Inglewood 8.14 (62)
Inglewood led by five points at half-time, but the Mean Machine kicked seven goals to two after the break to pull away for a 27-point win. Alex Powell slotted four for the victors and team-mate Cameron Ross won the best on ground medal in the Anzac Day themed match.
Maiden Gully YCW 12.9 (81) d Marong 11.14 (80)
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT - ROUND 2
North Bendigo 17.12 (114) d Leitchville-Gunbower 6.8 (44)
The Bombers don't lose too often at home, but they have copped a 70-point pasting off the Bulldogs in the grand final re-match. Former Bomber Joel Helman was best for the Bulldogs in their impressive trip north. Aarryn Craig, Brady Herdman, Ben Knight and Darcy Richards with three goals apiece for North Bendigo.
Elmore 14.13 (97) d Huntly 14.10 (94)
It took the Bloods until round 18 to win their first game last year, but they have an early win on the board in round two. Only just though, scraping past Huntly by three points after they had led by 18 at three quarter-time. After kicking eight goals last week, Romain Grenville slotted another four for the Bloods, as did Phil Ryan for Huntly.
LBU 17.11 (113) d Colbinabbin 11.11 (77)
Mount Pleasant 18.14 (122) d White Hills 11.6 (72)
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