Shepparton Notre Gold smashed Mooroopna White by 128 points in a one-sided Shepparton District Junior Football League qualifying final.
The Bears booted six goals to none in the first quarter and went on with the job, winning 22.16 (148) to 3.2 (20).
Matthew Pellegrino was on fire with seven goals, while Thomas Turcato (four goals) and Jayden Mackay (three) also hit the scoreboard.
Jayden Dhosi, Jacob Watts, Alexander Braaksma, Drew Docking and Lachlan Rumbiolo produced big games for Shepp Notre.
Nathan Basile, Riley Moon, Ben Butts, Zachary Lane and Damien Brown tried their best for the Cats.
●Tatura progresses to another round of finals after defeating Shepparton United Red by 16 points in a high-scoring affair.
The Bulldogs ran away with the game early with six goals to none in the opening term and could not be caught from there, despite the Demons’ best efforts.
Charlie Murdoch (four goals), Xavier Hutchison (three), Damien Lyons (three), Kitt McCamley and George Brisbane were brilliant for the Bulldogs, as were Hayden Brock, Charlie Di Stefano (four goals), Denzel Alessi and Bowen Calogero for United Red.
●In the Youth Girls finals Finley demolished Echuca by 94 points in the qualifying final, with Rhiannon Murphy-Riddell kicking six goals and Eloise Ashley-Cooper, Paige Nash, Olivia Wells and Hayley Doohan playing well.
The elimination final went the way of Shepparton United, with the Demons defeating Mooroopna by 19 points.
Annelise Hamilton, Shae Montgomery, Ella Hibble, Kate Adams and Rebekah McClelland were United’s best, while Tamara Smith, Rebecca Webster, Shani Gillespie, Alicia McLeod and Krystal Bausch fought hard for the Cats.