Mooroopna celebrated a satisfying victory against Benalla in Shepparton District Junior Football League youth girls action.
The two side were difficult to separate for most of the match, with the Cats making their run in the final term to finish nine points ahead.
Mooroopna’s Madison Dowell continued an impressive stretch, kicking six goals on Sunday to go alongside her five goals against Cobram last round.
Teammate Chelsea Briggs-Baksh put through three goals, while Sereima Vakasisikakala and Isabella Darbyshire held their nerve.
With the Saints just falling down at the final hurdle, Keeley Skepper was her side’s best with three majors and was well supported by Isabella Symes and Madison Gray.
Euroa kept Numurkah scoreless in the first half with a 39-point win just reward for its efforts.
Sophie Locke was the best performer and finished with three goals, while Aurora Smith and Jasmine Towers were also sensational.
Sisters Kendal and Morgan Judd kept up the effort for the Blues, with Maddison Bloor and Charli Dorrity the side’s goal-kickers.
Shepparton Notre secured a blowout victory against Northern Angels, with 55 points the end margin as Sophie Damon sent through three goals.
Georgina Down and Teagan Brett were also effective around goals, while Ashleigh Pimlott caused problems for the Angels, which were best served by Indiya Parker, Tahlia Gundrill and Cody Power.
Shepparton United boasted nine goal-kickers as it cruised past Tatura, with Kelsey Moylan topping the scoring.
Ella Hibble and Kasey Boschetti featured as some of the Demons’ more prominent players, while the Bulldogs showed plenty of promise via Ella O’Donoghue and Jayda Richardson.
Finley tore through Echuca to record a 80-point win and put itself firmly in grand final contention.
Paris Crelley’s return from the Murray Bushrangers greatly aided the Cats and Olivia Cicolini bagged three goals.