There were again some big wins in round eight of the Mininera netball league last weekend.
In another percentage-boosting win, Glenthompson Dunkeld took the match 70-29 from Moyston Willaura at home.
The Rams had control over the match from the outset, leading by ten goals at the first break.
Kellie Sommerville continued her standout season in the mid-court with another best-on-court performance against the Pumas.
Sommerville has added valuable drive down the court for her side and her offensive pressure has been key in creating more scoring chances for her side.
The Tatyoon side was almost back to full strength ...
The Rams' win was also aided by Nikayla Lowe's strong defensive match, making it hard for Puma goalies and providing numerous turnovers for her side.
The Tatyoon side was almost back to full strength in their win against SMW Rovers.
The return of Ellie McDougall and Simone King in defence gave a welcome boost to the line-up of the Hawks, and made Rovers accountable for every missed scoring opportunity.
Down the other end of the court, Maggie Astbury was in her usual fine form in the goal ring, shooting 36 of the 53 goals for Tatyoon.
Jane Astbury was named best player for the Hawks after a stellar performance in wing attack.
The match between Great Western and Wickliffe Lake Bolac was extremely tight from the outset, with both sides level at 25 goals each at half time.
The intensity from either team didn't drop in the second half, with nothing separating them at the final siren, resulting in the first draw of the competition so far this year.
In the remaining A grade matches, Caramut defeated Lismore Derrinallum 46-31 and Penshurst had another big win, easily defeating Hawkesdale Macarthur 67-33.