Shepparton United Red won the intra-club battle in under-14 action at Congupna on Sunday.
Coming up against Shepparton United Blue, Red took command of the Shepparton District Junior Football League contest in the second half and won by 23 points, with only inaccurate kicking stopping the margin from blowing out further.
Bowen Calogero (four goals), Ryan Calogero, Braydyn O’Donnell, Joshua Sullivan and Liam Schwarz starred for the winners, while Blue had good contributions from Kyle Montgomery, Liam Serra, Dylan Marshall, Ben Chaston and Samuel Adams.
Mooroopna White bounced back from a disappointing loss to Shepparton Swans last week, with a 32-point win against Shepparton Notre Maroon.
The Cats fell off the top of the ladder after losing to the Swans, but Riley Moon (three goals), Nathan Basile (four), Jye Bazeley, Tom Brown and Oscar Crilly played their part in taking down the Bears.
Joshua Tsorbaris, Shannon Howard, Declan Chapman, Shaun Morris and Jack Hooper were important for Shepparton Notre Maroon.
The Swans had the better of Mooroopna Blue, winning by 66 points and dominated from the start.
Diesel Batey, Cooper O’Connor, Will Dempsey, Darcy Diffey and Kynan Stuart performed well for the Swans, while Ryley Issell, Kydan Atkinson, Matthew Brannigan and Brock Ballintine never stopped trying for the Cats and Jed Woods kicked their only two goals.
Shepparton Notre Gold enjoyed a 59-point victory against Tatura, as Matthew Pellegrino booted six goals for the Bears.
Jacob Watts, Jayden Dhosi, Clayton Shuck, Drew Docking and Jayden Mackay were in excellent touch for Shepparton and George Brisbane, Nate Green, Will Russell, Kristofer Answer and Xavier Hutchison stepped up for the Bulldogs.
In the Youth Girls competition, Finley showed its premiership potential after belting Echuca by 83 points.
Hannah Stewart (five goals), Eloise Ashley-Cooper, Olivia Cicolini, Shianne Mason and Holly Robinson starred for the Cats, while Aisha Kirchhofer booted two goals for Echuca.
Shepparton Notre remains undefeated on top of the ladder after accounting for Northern Angels by 23 points.
Ada Chessor produced a best-on-ground performance with four goals, while Georgina Down, Maddy Baldwin, Amy Duguid and Maria Soi were outstanding.
Euroa won its second game of the season with a 17-point victory against Mooroopna.
The Magpies had Hayley Whitehand, Eliza Hoare, Hannah Broughton, Charli Brown and Lucy Dawe leading the charge, while Tyler Atkinson, Lakeea Charles, Kassey Charles and Isabella Darbyshire stepped up for the Cats.