Crystal Brook continue their hold on top spot on the ladder after a 40-point victory over Southern Flinders on Saturday.
The Roosters got off to a steady start in the round three encounter, booting three goals in the opening quarter to the Tigers' three behinds.
They added another three goals in the second to the Tigers' two, commanding a 36-point lead at the long break.
The clash slowed down as it entered the second half, with both sides having to scramble for the ball.
Although it was the Roosters that managed to get control of the ball when it mattered in the last half to keep the scoring opportunities goal for goal.
The Roosters and Tigers added one each to the scoreboard in the third and added two each in the final quarter.
Will Combe topped the goal kickers list for the Roosters and booted three.
Best player honours went to Luke Kapitola.
For the Tigers, William Serle booted two goals and Rhys Millington topped the best players list.
Eagles fire up to demolish Roos
The travelling Eagle faithful were treated to a spectacular day of football as Broughton-Mundoora steamrolled Orroroo at Roo Park.
The Eagles opened the encounter with a four-goal first quarter while the Roos kicked two goals.
Momentum from the second quarter came to a halt for the Roos as the Eagles added another four goals to the board while the Roos managed one behind.
The Eagles had a 40-point lead by half-time.
A consistent third quarter saw the Eagles add another four goals while the Roos scored three.
The Eagles saved their best performance for the last quarter, piling on seven goals while the Roos added two.
A solid day on the field, the Eagles proving just too strong for the Roos in an 88-point victory.
Gene Robinson had a stellar day in front of the goals and booted six for the Eagles.
Hamish Nitschke topped Broughton-Mundoora's best players list.
For the Roos, Nick Hombsch and Tom Reid kicked three goals each.
Damien Ellery received best player honours.
Lions claim first win for season
BMW claimed its first win of the season against win-less Jamestown-Peterborough.
The Lions put on a dominant display in the opening quarter against the Magpies, hitting the scoreboard with eight goals while the Magpies scored one.
They added another two in the second while the cellar dwellers, the Magpies, scored another goal.
The Lions had a 51-point lead at the long break.
Another three goals were added by the Lions in the third while again, the Magpies hit the board just once.
The Magpies' fate was sealed before the final quarter had even started. The Lions hit the board with a goal to the Magpies' two -- a 59-point win for the Lions.
Jordan Storey kicked five for the Lions while Alek Kangur topped the best players list.
For the Magpies, Nicholas Rowe kicked two goals while Henry Hall picked up best player honours.