Jarden Stoetzer led with 11 goals as Western United demolished the Blues to win their A grade Far West football match on Saturday by 191 points.
The Tigers were devastating from the opening siren as they enjoyed a stunning 30-20 (200) to 1-3 (9) victory over the hapless Blues.
The league leaders signalled their intent in the opening quarter as they fired in nine goals to no score from the Blues.
They then added a further eight goals in the second term to already lead by more than 100 points at half-time.
The Blues did finally get on the board with their lone major through Brendan Kloeden, but the Penong side still forged further ahead with five goals.
It was party time in the final term as Western United slotted in another eight goals to no score to enjoy a massive victory.
Stoetzer is well clear at the top of the scoring charts with 46 for the season after his massive haul and he was helped by six for Tom Woods and five goals from Jesse Chandler.
Todd Warmington and Jake Warmington played well for the Tigers, with Daniel Smith and Tom Clayton the best of the bunch for the Blues.
Second-placed Koonibba also eased to a big win against Thevenard by 102 points.
The Roosters were in control from the outset and piled on the misery in the third term to come away with a 24-17 (161) to 9-5 (59) success.
Brandon Willis was in fine form in front of goal with six majors and he was assisted by three apiece for Gavin Buckskin and Vaughan Day.
Drew Allen kicked three goals for the Magpies.
Koonibba had the better of the opening quarter and kicked five goals to lead by 20 points at the first break.
That was extended to 35 points by half-time following three goals to one in the second term which gave the Roosters breathing space.
Koonibba exploded in the third quarter as they kicked eight goals to no score which extended the gap to 89 points at three-quarter time.
There was plenty of action at either end in the final term, with the Magpies notching six goals and Koonibba firing in eight to get the final margin past 100 points.
Willis and Graham Bilney were among the Roosters’ best, with Josh Threadgold and Dom Denton playing well for Thevenard.
Western United got past the Blues by 40 points in the B grade.
The Tigers did not make their dominance show on the scoreboard as inaccurate kicking led to an 8-13 (61) to 3-3 (21) result.
The Blues kicked just one goal before half-time which helped Western United get out to a 21-point lead.
They kicked three goals to no score in the third term to make the match safe.
Jarrad Murphy and Peter Dobbins led with two goals each for the Tigers.
Thevenard were no match for Koonibba in a 12-12 (84) to 0-2 (2) result.
Shaun Betts was the chief destroyer with six goals and James Betts chimed in with four as the Roosters won by 82 points.
The Magpies trailed by 32 points after a scoreless first half and were never in the hunt as Koonibba kept the scoreboard ticking over.