By Jarryd McGuane
DIVISION 1 - Round 11
Mordialloc held East Brighton goalless in two quarter and only allowed one goal in each of the other terms as they ran away with a 159-point thumping at Ben Kavanagh Reserve.
Dingley didn’t allow a goal until the third quarter as they handed St Pauls a 97-point defeat at McKinnon Reserve.
One goal in the last quarter was enough for Clayton to squeak past East Malvern by nine points at Meade Reserve.
At Princes Highway Reserve, Oakleigh District overcame a slow start to defeat St Kilda City by 46 points.
Bentleigh kicked away from Cheltenham in the third quarter as they claimed a 41-point victory at Bentleigh Reserve.
Check out all the weekend's Division 1 scores here.
DIVISION 2 - Round 13
In a slow scoring affair at Keysborough Reserve, Keysborough remained more accurate as they defeated Highett by six points.
Caulfield extended their lead at each break as Springvale Districts fell to a 29-point loss Koornang Park Reserve.
A dominant first half was enough for Chelsea Heights to assert their dominance, as they defeated Black Rock 41 points at McDonald Reserve.
Despite trailing at half time, Port Melbourne Colts blitzed Skye in the second half to claim a 43-point victory at Murphy Reserve.
Murrumbeena came behind from a 13-point three quarter time deficit to defeat Heatherton by four points at Ross Street Reserve.
Check out all the weekend's Division 2 scores here.
DIVISION 3 - Round 12
Ashwood rebounded from a slow second quarter to run out with a 44-point victory against Endeavour Hills at Barry Simon Reserve in the SFNL Radio Team's Match of the Round.
Doveton Eagles maintained their chase of the top spot with a 119-point win over Sandown at Edinburgh Reserve.
South Yarra were able to maintain their half time lead over Lyndale as they collected a 20-point victory at Fritsch Holzer Park.
At Greaves Reserve, Dandenong were not able to recover from a poor first quarter as they fell to Moorabbin by 37 points.
Mount Waverley held Carrum Patterson Lakes goalless in the second half for a 118-point victory at Roy Dore Reserve.
Hallam remained in touch with the top four sides as they defeated Lyndhurst by 73 points at Hallam Reserve.
Check out all the weekend's Division 3 scores here.