Golden Square proved too good for Maiden Gully YCW in the BJFL under-12A top-of-the-table clash on Saturday.
The young Bulldogs retained their unbeaten status by defeating the Eagles 9.6 (60) to 2.8 (20).
Ray McNamara kicked three goals and was best for Square ahead of Caiden Smith and Dalton Webb.
The Eagles' best were Darby Brown and Xavier Coghill.
In the other under-12A clash, Kyneton scored an impressive seven-goal win over Strathfieldsaye.
The Tigers won 11.8 (74) to 5.2 (32) on the back of good performances by Tom Rutledge (three goals) and Jasmine Short.
Jaidi Jackson-Leahy and Jett Grundy played well for the Storm.
In the under-14 seniors, Golden Square moved a game clear on top of the ladder after defeating second-placed Srathfieldsaye by 49 points.
Zac Tickell and Bailey Cain were instrumental in the 10.13 (73) to 3.3 (21) win for the Bulldogs. Storm were led by Wyatt Smith and Will Gilmore.
A big first half set up Kyneton's 52-point win over Kangaroo Flat.
The Tigers kicked eight goals to two in the first half on their way to a 10.13 (73) to 3.3 (21) win.
Ben Thompson and Harry Sheahan kicked three goals each for Kyneton and Charlie Thompson was best.
Sam Pitson and Jack Pysing were best for the young Roos.
Strathfieldsaye remains the team to beat in the under-16 seniors.
The Storm egded out second-placed Golden Square by 21 points at Wade Street on Friday night.
The Storm won 11.13 (79) to 8.10 (58), with Todd Moule and Zayne Pearce the stand outs, while Ethan Featherby kicked three goals.
Harry Law kicked four goals and was best for Square ahead of Jasper Langley.
Kyneton proved too strong for Kangaroo Flat at Dower Park.
The Tigers won 9.10 (64) to 5.6 (36), with Louis Thompson and Dominic Bennington in great form.
Kangaroo Flat's best players were Isaac Lowndes and Brodie Newman.
In the under-15 girls, White Hills edged out Kangaroo Flat in a low-scoring battle.
The Demons won 3.13 (31) to 2.3 (15) on a sodden Dower Park.
Acacia Edwards and Kaitlyn Wild relished the wet track for White Hills. Chelsea Cole and Nikeah Anderson played well for Kangaroo Flat.
Unbeaten Sandhurst defeated South Bendigo 11.12 (78) to 2.3 (15).
Lila Keck kicked four goals for Sandhurst and Lucia Painter was best on ground. The Bloods' best were Octavia Di Donato and Charlize Bake.
In the final two games, Golden Square defeated Eaglehawk 8.8 (56) to 0.1 (1), while Strathfieldsaye Storm outclassed Strathfieldsaye Thunder 13.10 (88) to no score.
In the under-18 girls, Kangaroo Flat and Golden Square played a thrilling draw. Both teams finished 5.7 (37). Jemma Finning and Rachael Stubbings were best for Flat, while the standouts for Square were Dakota Villiva and Emily Cooper.
Lily McMahon kicked five of Sandhurst's seven goals in the Dragons' 7.1 (43) to 3.1 (19) win over Eaglehawk. Peta Turnbull was best for the Hawks.
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