Tigers clinch win

EAGLES MAINTAIN LEAD: Broughton-Mundoora's Rian Crane goes to scoop up the ball in Saturday's clash with Orroroo. PHOTO: Meg Roberts, Broughton-Mundoora Football Club

EAGLES MAINTAIN LEAD: Broughton-Mundoora's Rian Crane goes to scoop up the ball in Saturday's clash with Orroroo. PHOTO: Meg Roberts, Broughton-Mundoora Football Club

Southern Flinders treated the Tiger faithful to a sensational show after they defeated Crystal Brook by 13 points.

The Tigers travelled to the Brook for their round 13 clash and lead every quarter of Saturday's clash.

The Tigers had the stronger start, two goals in the opening quarter to the Roosters' one.

In the second quarter, both hit the board with another three goals each with the Tigers holding a slim one-point lead at the long break.

A solid third quarter saw the Tigers add another four goals to the board while the Roosters kicked one, giving the Tigers a handy 18-point lead as the final quarter came around.

The Roosters were able to add two goals to the Tigers' one in the last quarter.

Willy Serle topped the goal scorers list for the Tigers with five while best was Brady Zwar.

For the Roosters, Daniel Hill kicked three goals while Luke Kapitola was best.

Eagles continue winning ways

Broughton-Mundoora has a clear command of top spot on the ladder following its victory over Orroroo.

The Roos commanded the lead in the first quarter with two goals to the Eagles' one.

A three-goal second quarter for the Eagles saw them take the lead over the Roos which kicked one.

The Eagles held a three-point lead at half-time.

Another four goals were added to the board by both the Eagles and Roos in the third, and the Eagles stretched its lead out to six points.

An electric final quarter saw the Eagles blow the margin out after kicking six goals while the Roos managed two behinds.

Gene Robinson was in fine form again this weekend booting six goals while Tom Button picked up best player honours.

For the Roos, Nick Hombsch booted four goals and Josh Lawson was best.

Solid last quarter sees Lions runaway with win

BMW came out smelling the roses after defeating Jamestown-Peterborough in a nail-biting affair after being neck-and-neck in the first three quarters.

The Lions outscored the Magpies in the opening quarter, three goals to two.

The two teams repeated the dose in the second quarter with the Lions holding a five-point lead at half-time.

In the third quarter, the Magpies narrowed the gap to two points, adding two goals to the board to the Lions' one.

An eight-goal final quarter saw the Lions run away with a strong win, 101 points to the Magpies' 47.

The Lions had a long scoring list with Bradley Taylor topping it with three. Best for the Lions was Alek Kangur.

For the Magpies, Dayle Munro, Nicholas Rowe, Patrick Clark, Sam McCarthy, Daniel Clark, Cody Hounsell and Joshua Weatherley kicked one each with Rowe topping the best players list.