Shepparton Notre Maroon lined up shots from all over the 50 against Kyabram in its under-16s Shepparton District Junior Football League match.
Posting 9.25 (79) on the scorecard at full-time, it was a wonder the Bears did not reach triple figures.
But Maroon still enjoyed a 59-point win against the Bombers with Cooper Gretton, Achaung Agog and Oscar Westblade making their game count.
Agog was the only player to score multiple goals, while Zavier Briggs and Thomas Clark never stopped trying for Kyabram.
●Another game resulted in another percentage boosting win for Mooroopna, which had no problems disposing of Moama 229-20.
The Cats boast a percentage of 872 at the top of the table with an average winning margin of 128 points.
Jai Carn had a day out with 10 goals and a best afield nod, but teammate Tom Brown was no slouch with four goals as 14 players kicked a major.
Jake Mackenzie, Thomas Donchi and Colbie Vredenburg tried hard for the Magpies.
●Shepparton United cruised past Tatura, with a 14-goal to three first half sewing the game up.
Fresh off kicking seven goals in the Demons’ under-18s GVL loss to Seymour on Saturday, Jhett Cooper backed up with nine goals in the under-16s to make for a fruitful weekend.
Jack Griffin-Close and Mitch Roche each slotted through five goals with Liam Serra sensational, while Bailey Archer and Morrie Serra were best for the Bulldogs.
●Shepparton Notre Gold’s Luke Turcato helped himself to five goals as the Bears put their foot down in the second quarter against Shepparton Swans White.
While White had a lead of four points at half-time, Shepp Notre started its run in the third term and Elijah Kilmartin, Patrick Cormican and Connor Fleming were largely responsible for the win.
Jaxon Thomas managed two goals for the Swans as the best player for his team, supported by Max Clohesy and Marco Martello.
●In an Echuca derby, the Murray Bombers sides brought forward their match to Saturday morning as an opener to the Goulburn Valley League day.
Echuca Green and Echuca Bombers were hard to separate early before Green’s Aiden Mills started to take hold of the match and finished with three goals in a best-on-ground performance.
Fraser Brooks kicked two goals for the Bombers, which were let down by a poor second quarter.
●Shepparton Swans Red was no match for Rochester as the Tigers romped to a 121-18 win.
Nathan Kay and Adam McPhee tore up the park for the winning side and Blake Evans slotted five goals, while Jack Smith and Mitch Trevaskis gave their all for the Swans.