Kyabram continues to be the only undefeated side in Goulburn Valley League under-18 action after defeating Shepparton Swans in a come-from-behind win.
The Swans held sway at three-quarter time and led by eight points until the Bombers kicked straighter to take a 38-33 win.
Jacob Liversidge, Mitch Gugliotti and Riley Ironside helped spur the fightback as Kyabram had four individual goalkickers.
The match remained close for its duration with Mitch Gravina the only multiple goal-scorer by adding two majors for the Swans.
Luke Whyte, Lachlan McMahon and Zac Alderton all were gallant against the Bombers for the Swans who occupy third place.
●Tatura made the travel time to Mansfield worthwhile with a big win against the Eagles.
Ramman Winmar was accurate in the forward line to send home six majors in the 12-goal win, with impressive delivery allowing him the success.
Ben Kennedy, Matthew Rennie, William Pyke and Cade Dealy were the players sensational across the ground with the third quarter setting up the win.
Entering half-time 15 points ahead, Tatura’s fitness was its edge as it scored five goals while keeping the Eagles to no score in the penultimate term.
●Mooroopna has plenty of young talent simmering in its thirds with the Cats overcoming Benalla by 13 points.
After a slow start the Cats began to slowly take control of the game through Broady Blackley-Dow, Samuel Ward and John Renden.
The Saints produced a competitive game and showed their desire in the final quarter, but ran out of legs with Tom Moloney, Patrick Cooke and Tom Rial best in a losing endeavour.
●Seymour’s Dylan Cook slotted four goals as part of a best-on-field performance with his team getting over Rochester.
The Lions enjoyed a 19-point victory with Huw Jones, Dylan Hockley and Toby Newman a major part of the win.
In a commanding position at half-time at Moon Oval, the home side continued to push hard with Dylan Oaff sending through three goals, while Cody Toohill was the Tigers’ most valuable player.
●Echuca blitzed Euroa by 70 points in a one-sided match where Jack Tenace booted six goals.
Teammates Matthew Lias and Jackson Stewart were also important in the forward line with the trio its side’s best performers.
The Magpies scored a goal in the first quarter and didn’t add another major until the final term as Tom Panuccio, Marcus Heritage and Peter Cairns never stopped trying.