In Division 4 there are a couple of heavyweights at the top of the pile whilst at the other end it was a drought breaking win for South Mornington.
South Mornington have had a tough time of it since their 2012 premiership in Division 4 but a win has the habbit of changing the mood at an entire club. South Mornington defeated Chadstone by 69 points with Wade, Smith and Spencer all kicking four goals each.
Canterbury are the pacesetters of the competition and their 31 point win over Westbourne Grammarians might have been more of a challenge than they have been used to in recent weeks, but nevertheless the Cobras assumed control in the second half. Fitzgerald booted six goals for the Cobras and Collins also booted seven in a losing side for the Warriors.
North Brunswick moved to third spot with a big 70 point win over Masala. The Bulls kept the Tigers goalless in the second half whilst booting 12 goals of their own. Gallagher was the main beneficiary with six goals.
Parkside made it two wins on the bounce after the Red Devils held of My Lilydale by 19 points.
In a low scoring arm wrestle, Point Cook kept their unbeaten record in tact as they held off Box Hill North by 16 points at Saltwater Reserve. There were only 13 goals in the match but Point Cook had 11 more scoring shots than the Demons.