Reigning premiers Gnowangerup produced a second quarter blitz on their way to a commanding 60-point win over Newdegate in the Ongerup Football Assocation on Saturday.
The Bulldogs kicked six of their 10 goals in the second term and conceded just one major in the contest at Newdegate as they brushed aside the Lions on their way to a ninth straight victory.
The visitors led by seven points at the first change but their huge second quarter opened up a 40-point lead at the main break.
The Lions failed to register a score in the third term and the Bulldogs scored two more goals as they asserted their dominance at stoppages.
The Lions trailed by 54 points at the final change and the visitors kicked one major in the last quarter to cruise to a 10.11 (71) to 1.5 (11) triumph.
Towering forward Lewis Davis was again on fire in the forward line for the winners to finish with seven majors while Jack Batchelor, Connor Hawkins and Fraser House all chipped in with one goal each.
Bulldogs midfielder Scott Anderson was superb and won the match ball in Think Mental Health Round and he was well-supported by Davis and Kane Hinkley.
The Lions were best served by Dean Rintoul, Jack Walter and Harvey Lynch while Fletcher Kent kicked their only goal.
The undefeated Bulldogs are now three games clear on top of the ladder with four rounds left.
Meanwhile. Lake Grace-Pingrup all but secured second spot and a finals double chance, holding on for a thrilling one-point victory against Boxwood Hill at Boxwood in round 11.
Despite their poor kicking in front of goal, Lake Grace-Pingrup prevailed 5.10 (40) to 6.3 (39) in a tense final term.
Ball winners Michael McGlade and Jack Carruthers were terrific for the winners.
The home side were best served by Nic Bertola, Rivers Hyde and Beau Vaux while Jack Davis kicked three goals.