Noradjuha Quantong have stamped their authority over the Horsham District League with an emphatic victory over the fourth-placed Jeparit Rainbow Storm.
Continuing their blistering start to the season, the Bombers led at every change, running away 48 point winners, 13.6 (84) to 4.8 (32).
The Bombers are in strong company at the top of the table, with Rupanyup notching a clinical 107 point victory over winless Pimpinio, and Kalkee overcoming a spirited Taylors Lake performance with a scorching eight goal final term to win by 69 points.
Harrow-Balmoral have shrugged off last week's loss to the Storm with a comprehensive win over Natimuk United.
Meanwhile Kaniva-Leeor were too strong for Edenope-Apsley, running away 52-point winners, and the Swifts came out on top against Laharum.
Jeparit-Rainbow came into the match in red-hot form, after defeating reigning premiers Harrow Balmoral last round, but the unbeaten Bombers were too strong.
Bombers coach Gareth Hose was delighted with his team's performance.
"[I'm] very, very happy with that win, against a good side too. I'm wrapped," Hose said, noting that Jeparit-Rainbow are "going to be a top side" this year.
"Our pressure early was fantastic, and that really set us up," he said.
The Bombers kicked 4.2 to 1.3 to race to quarter time 17-point leaders.
"Dawson Cross on Pete Weir in defense was fantastic. He did an amazing job. Jye Walter was good across half forward, James Gregg was also really good through the middle of the ground," Hose said.
"But to pick out a couple of players is really hard in a really good team performance like that."
Hose had particular praise for his side's defensive effort.
"To keep [the Storm] to four goals for the game, that's fantastic," he said.
"We structured up really well defensively... I thought just our hunt around the footy, and around the contest was really good. Especially in the first half."
The Storm lifted their intensity after half-time and more than doubling their score, but fast, efficient ball movement allowed the Bombers to hold the Storm at bay as both sides kicked three goals apiece.
"They got a few of their numbers behind the footy and we didn't really respond that well to that. We kept kicking it in long and they were cutting it off," Hose said.
However, in the final term the Bombers adapted and resumed their dominance kicking three goals to none to run away comfortable winners.
"It was pleasing that we were able to finish the game off really strongly," Hose said.
Despite the comprehensive win, Hose said the Bombers are not resting on their laurels just yet.
"We have Harrow Balmoral next week, that's another huge test. Then we have Rupanyup after that. We'll know more about where we sit then."