Down at Harrow a match for the ages took place between the Roos (second) and Noradjuha-Quantong (4th), with the Bombers claiming a one-point victory.
The Roos led at every break, however the Bombers dug deep to snatch the win.
Bombers coach Fiona Rowe was rapt with the result.
"It was very close, we were down all game," Rowe said.
"To come back in that last quarter, to hold off was very well done.
"I'm super proud of the girls for being able to overcome and step-up in that last quarter."
Despite the win Rowe was full of praise for the Roos' strong defence.
"They were able to match us," She said.
Rowe said her side's ability to "play out the four quarters in a high intensity game" helped them get the win.
In another relatively even match up, it was Kaniva-Leeor who came out on top by 21-points against Jeparit- Rainbow.
Emma Hawker was best on court for a Kaniva-Leeor side who is starting to turn a few heads in its new competition, while Bridget McKenzie was strong for the Storm.
Sixth-placed Kalkee had a valuable away win against Rupanyup, by six-points.
The Kees who have been right in most of the games they've played, led from start to finish against the Panthers.
The Kees best' was Clair McDonald, why Kiarah House was just as influential for the Panthers.
Natimuk United (8th) v Edenhope-Apsley (10th) at Natimuk -
In the battle of eighth versus tenth, the higher ranked Natimuk-United overcame Edenhope-Apsley by 14-points.
Aleisha Rintoule shot an accurate 26 goals for the Rams, while for Edenhope-Apsley Alexandria King led with 11.
Finally, at Pimpinio the winless Tigers were no match for the reigning premiers, who won by a crushing 84-points.
The Tigers were brave until the end, but couldn't contend with the Demons, led by an astounding performance from Caitlin Dumesny who shot a whopping 71 goals.
Lana Ellis was the Tigers leading scorer with a handy six goals.
The huge win is sure to put the rest of the competition on notice as to how good the Demons can be.