MCDFL - Navarre were on the rebound in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League on Saturday and it was a rebound with plenty of sting.
The Grasshoppers thumped their Campbells Creek opposition to the tune of 175 points.
After losing out to the top team Carisbrook the previous round, Navarre were keen to get that winning feeling again.
"It was exactly what we wanted coming off that loss to Carisbrook the week before," Navarre captain Louis Hannett said after the win.
"They were struggling and as the match progressed we set our target at 30 goals for the match and we achieved it."
The real story came in the second quarter when Navarre banged through 10 goals for the quarter and held Campbells Creek scoreless.
It was all one way traffic, but it didn't stop there and Navarre kicked another nine goals in the third term again holding their opposition scoreless and this is when they set their 30 goals mark.
Ben Scott was the focal point up forward and he had a big day out.
Whether at full forward or centre half forward Scott couldn't miss and he finished the game with 12 goals and just one behind.
Rhett Murphy and Josh Fowkes in particular, dominated in the ruck and this gave Navarre first use of the ball.
Navarre's midfielders led by Brian Lovison and Louis Hannett then took over.
Bryce Tickner started on a wing before being moved forward, where he finished the day off with four goals, while Aiden Lee was also able to find plenty of space on his wing.
Louis Hannett said Navarre took the opportunity to play a number of players in different positions throughout the game.
More good news for Navarre was they came through the match without any injuries.
To add to this they went into the clash without coach Daniel Parkin (elbow), key defender Brent Flood (quad) and forward Zane Bigmore (knee).
Both Parkin and Bigmore are expected to return for this week's final home and away clash against Avoca, while Flood may not return until the opening week of the finals.
As they roll towards the finals Navarre will be looking to continue their winning form at Avoca.