The ladder is starting to take shape with Lions as the team to beat so far.
West Augusta struggled to get going against Solomontown, not hitting the scoreboard until the second quarter.
Solomontown kicked five plus goals in every quarter but the first to run away 33 to 140 winners.
Dylan Boundy kicked seven for Solomontown, backed up by Corey Davey with five.
Lions and South Augusta had a fairly even match up through the middle of the game, but strong opening and final terms had Lions on top in the end.
Dylan Aldridge kicked five for Lions, helping them to a 120 to 77 win.
Port looked in a bit of trouble early in their first home game for the season, letting Central Augusta kick the first two of the match.
The home side clawed it back to be ahead at the first break and the game stayed relatively close from there.
Inaccuracy really hurt Centrals and Port came away with their second win of the season, 72 to 51.
West Augusta were accurate for the day, but still fell six goals short of Solomontown with a 30 to 66 point defeat.
Scott McIntyre only managed two goals for Solomontown this week, but the away team were still comfortable winners.
Lions and South Augusta fought out a low-scoring scrap where accuracy proved the difference.
Lions, 44, were able to get up over Souths, 41, on the back of a solid third quarter.
Souths nearly closed the gap in the last, but could not get over the line.
Port started well and were only seven points down at quarter time, but Centrals piled on the pressure and ran away with it.
Alan Murray kicked seven for Centrals, leading his side to a comprehensive 27 to 108 win.
Solomontown once again struggled to get a full side together, but managed to put some goals on the board in the final term.
West Augusta finished up 124 to 20 winners, with Terelle McKenzie kicking five.
Lions, 94, lost to South Augusta, 117, after being up in the first half.
Souths came back strong and ended up on top after five goals in the final term.
Port enjoyed its first game on its home deck, beating Central Augusta 99 to 40.
Centrals looked good in patches, but were unable to put much scoreboard pressure on.
Port made the most of their forward entries, with Jack Cavuoto bagging six for the day.
Westies did not hold back against a severely undermanned Solomontown, winning 203 to 0.
Raymond Stapleton and Tyree Cox kicked six each for Westies.
Lions, 36, lost to Souths, 75, despite the away side being unable to field a full team.
Souths got ahead early and kept it that way, not letting the Lions kick a goal until after half time.
Port kept Centrals scoreless until the final term, cruising to a 99 to 7 win.
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