An unstoppable Jarden Stoetzer led Western United to a Far West football A grade victory against Thevenard by 109 points on Saturday.
Stoetzer kicked 11 goals as the Tigers romped to a 17-21 (123) to 2-2 (14) result in blustery conditions, their eighth successive win this season.
Tom Woods chipped in with four goals and Locky Brown converted the other two, while Ty Mullan and Matthew Degner kicked Thevy's goals.
Stoetzer showed from the opening siren that he was in a goalkicking mood as he booted the Tigers' opening four goals, which saw them take a 19-point lead at quarter-time.
Westies increased the margin to 47 points by half-time as Stoetzer added another three majors in the second term.
Thevenard kicked two goals to the main break and would not add another for the match, as Western United kicked three third-quarter goals to push the lead out to 70.
The Tigers ran out the match well as they had another 14 scoring shots in the final term, converting five.
Stoetzer ticked his season tally over to 67 goals as he booted his final two in the quarter.
Koonibba remains four points adrift of the league leaders after securing a 38-point success against the Blues.
The Roosters were in control from the outset to come away with the 13-12 (90) to 7-10 (52) victory.
That dominance showed in the first quarter as the Roosters led by three goals at the siren, kicking four goals to one.
The windy conditions meant goals were hard to come by in the second term yet Koonibba still increased the gap to 29 points by the main break.
The Blues were not helped by inaccurate kicking and by three-quarter time had put only three of 12 scoring shots through the middle.
Koonibba added four goals for the term to go clear by 48 points.
Although the Blues managed to reduce the deficit with four goals to two in the final quarter it was too late to threaten the scoreboard.
Koonibba shared the goals around, led by three from Winston Ginger and two each for Bobby Warren, Gavin Buckskin and Vaughan Day.
Dylan Cook kicked four goals for the Blues.
Western United finished well to win the B grade match against Thevenard by 25 points.
The Tigers had the better of the final quarter to win 7-7 (49) to 4-0 (24).
They were the only team in it during the first term with three goals to no score and extended the margin to 23 points by half-time.
Thevenard hit back with three goals in the third term to close the gap to 12 points, but Westies kicked two goals in the final quarter to no score.
Tigers player Peter Dobbins kicked four goals - the only player to grab more than one.
A strong final term pushed Koonibba past the Blues.
The Roosters led throughout a tight match and eventually pulled clear to win 8-9 (57) to 3-3 (21).
Both teams kicked two goals apiece in the first quarter as Koonibba led by two points, then extended the margin to seven by half-time.
The Blues would not kick another goal, although were only 13 points behind at the final break.
Koonibba dominated with four goals to one behind in the fourth quarter to win by 36 points.