IN the much anticipated A grade match between Ararat and Great Western at Ararat, it ended up being a one-sided affair.
Ararat took the game from the outset.
With three goal contributors, Ararat showed its versatility over the struggling Great Western side, who are yet to win a match in season 2014.
Sarah West and veteran Jakki Weppner, from Ararat, were named best on the court.
Tatyoon has made a terrific start to the season with two straight wins.
Caramut was 10 goals down at the end of the first quarter and really found it hard to recover from such a fantastic start from the Hawks.
Kate McDougall and Harmony Newman starred for the visitors, while Ashleigh Bloomfield and Michelle Lehman worked extremely hard for Caramut.
In what was an extremely close match for the first half, the game between Penshurst and SMW Rovers was difficult to predict the outcome when it came to the third quarter.
With Penshurst only three goals ahead at half time and only five ahead at three quarter time, it was going to be a battle to the end.
Penshurst had a stellar final quarter with 16 goals, while Rovers could only put seven on to the scoreboard, which resulted in a 14 goal win to the Bombers.
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