TATYOON continued its outstanding start to the season with a comprehensive 75 point win over Lismore Derrinallum.
The win looks huge at a glance, but for three quarters the Demons were right in the match.
Only 20 points separated the two teams at three quarter time.
But a barnstorming 10 goal last quarter by the Hawks blew the match apart.
They took full control to win easily and remain undefeated after six rounds.
New recruit Kye Chapple starred up forward finishing with seven goals to be one of the best on the ground.
Arthur Armstrong set his midfield up with ruck domination, including Mitch Cronin, while Jake McCarthy with two goals had his best match for the season.
Steven Butler and Brodie Mines also chipped in with three goals each.
The Demons would have been disappointed with a lack-lustre finish and now slip back to fifth on the back of two recent losses.
Ryan Elliot was the only consistent avenue to goal, finishing with three goals. Stephen Walters also kicked a couple.
Dean McPhan and Coby Dudman stood tall as expected, along with Darcy Skene, Elliot Pyke and Andrew Parkinson.
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