Kangaroo Flat dug deep to defeat fellow top three team Strathfieldsaye on Sunday afternoon at Dower Park.
Second on the ladder Roos got the job done by 10 points over the Storrm who trail behind in third place.
Roos' Lily McNair booted three goals, Kelly Mensforth (two) and Shelby Knoll (one) in the 6.5 (41) to 5.1 (31) win over the Storm.
The team had top contributions from Millicent Wicks, Lily Campbell, McNair, Molly Metcalf and Melanie Hull.
Storm's Britney Mueck continues to lead the league's goalkicking with another three to add to her name - raising the total to 16 so far this season - and teammates Alice Bailey and Mikaela Warne booted one each.
Storm's best were Elise Finlay, Crystal West, Angela Gamble, Shanae Sawyer and Grace Edlin.
North Bendigo outclassed hosts Kyneton to win by 24 points.
The Bulldogs left the Tigers goalless until the final quarter, with the final scores at 5.12 (42) to 2.6 (18).
Bulldogs' Sharna Appleby and Alisha Lourie notched two goals each with Dayna McGough booting one.
Appleby also headed the club's best on ground alongside Taylah Nicholson, Dayna Parsons, Lourie, Laura Douglas and Jesse Jorgensen.
Tigers' Heidi Erasmus and Kylie Munro contributed one goal each, with Erasmus, Teagan Ainslie, Mikaela Holman, Shannon White and Candice Davies named as best.
Golden Square locked down Wade Street over Eaglehawk, to secure a 125-point victory - leaving the Hawks scoreless.
Amanda Carrod booted six goals in a best on ground performance in the Bulldogs' 18.17 (125) to 0.0 (0) victory over the Hawks, with strong contributions from Holly Guerra (four goals) and Ella Turnbull (two).
Tiffany Bradley, Elizabeth Watkins, Jessica Cox, Carly McRae, Rebecca Berry and Lillian Bartlett also kicked one goal each.
Other top players included Madeleine White, Gemma Free, Sarah Ingram and Ella Turnbull.
Despite the loss, Hawks' Emma McLean, Emma Windridge, Taylor Bellesini and Eileen Mitchell made strong contributions.
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