Moyston Willaura were victorious against Caramut 46-30 in round three of the 2021 MDNA, with Great Western nailing a big win too.
Moyston came out strong in the first half with some nice goals by Georgie Peel giving them a 13-goal lead at half time.
Caramut worked hard in the second half trying to narrow the gap, but the damage was already done.
Shooter Danielle Segedinski shot a total of 28 of Moyston's 46 goals earning her best player alongside defender Brook Skubnik.
Caramut's Alicia Chamberlain fought hard in centre all day resulting in her being awarded best player alongside Megan Johnson.
Round three saw some close A Grade games with the closest match being Hawkesdale Macarthur against Ararat Eagles with Ararat coming away with the four points winning 36-32.
There was a one goal difference in the first quarter, but the Eagles came out strong in the second quarter managing to increase the lead to four goals.
This quarter secured the win for Eagles as in the second half both teams fought hard going goal for goal.
Genesis Rameka shot well for Eagles and Maddison Sharrock shot well for the Hawkesdale Macarthur also earning herself best player.
Defender Taryn Wilde and mid-courter Lisa Haddow were named best players for the Ararat Eagles.
Penshurst and Tatyoon also fought it out in a close game with Penshurst coming away with the win 40-30.
Penshurst started strong with a six-goal lead in the first quarter thanks to some strong shooting by Jessica Crane.
Tatyoon fought back in the second quarter narrowing the gap to five goals thanks to some strong defense by Ellie McDougall.
Penshurst finished the game strong increasing the lead in the final quarter to 10 goals, thanks to some solid defensive pressure from duo Rachael Mibus and Laura Robinson earning them best players.
Ellie McDougall and Zoe Astbury played well for Tatyoon.
Great Western had a good win over Lake Bolac, 45-22.
With one goal in it at quarter time Great Western worked hard in the second quarter increasing the lead to six goals.
A switch in the defensive team following an injury to Sheena Gilmour only worked further in Great Western's favour, as they increased the lead even further during the third quarter.
New recruit Taryn Kelly played her first game with Great Western and was outstanding in defense earning her best player alongside teammate Jordan Austin.
Sharni Ferrari played a solid game in wing defense for Lake Bolac alongside teammate Kim Thom being awarded the best for Bolac.
Glenthompson Dunkeld had the biggest winning margin for the round against SMW Rovers winning 72-31.
Eve Duckmantion had an outstanding game shooting 52 of her team's goals.
She also had the highest shooting percentage for the round of 89 per cent for the game.
Kellie Sommerville dominated the centre again for Glenthompson Dunkeld with both Kellie and Eve being named best players for the Rams.
Amelia Dunn and Taylah Fisher were named best players for SMW Rovers.
Although this was another good win for Glenthompson Dunkeld it was not enough to knock Woorndoo Mortlake off the top spot.
If you can see this message, you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Stawell Times-News, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and for allowing us to continue telling Stawell's story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great town.