Mundulla moved to second spot on the Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara ladder after their round six win against Kingston.
This was the game of the round as both sides had great starts to the season and Mundulla jumped ahead early and held the Saints at arm’s length for most of the game.
James Hinge had a big game in front of goal with seven slotted through the big sticks.
Tom Gaden and Jake McGrice kicked two of their own to help the Tigers get across the line.
Without James Siviour, Kingston had a hard time finding a consistent forward target for most of the game.
Todd Lockwood kicked four goals and Jake Fisher kicked two to help Kingston get back to a respectable margin by the end of the game.
Naracoorte had a comfortable 23-point win against Bordertown on Saturday.
The Demons opened a four-goal lead by half time and despite a Rooster fightback in the third quarter, they were able to run the game out and get across the line.
Rory Taggert kicked four goals and Sam Willson kicked two goals in the victory.
Rory Taggert, Aaron Slorach and Matt Willson continued their great form recently in the win for the Demons.
Thomas Whittlesea continued to provide Bordertown with a forward target all game long and ended up with four goals.
Tom Neville helped out with three goals.
Cameron Graetz, Matthew Leigh and Tom Neville were
Bordertown’s best players.
Lucindale stayed undefeated after they accounted for Padthaway and withstood a goal barrage by Tobin Cox who kicked nine
The Roos won by 27-points to keep their winning run going.
Lucindale had five players kick three goals each in Scott Foord-Spriggs, Hamish Gordon,
Tristan Menz, Josh Trembath and Sam Williams.
Henry Gould, Sam Williams and Lachie Jones were the Roos’ best players.
Cody Marshall was the only other Lion who was able to get multiple goals for Padthaway as he ended up with two.
Keith won back-to-back games for the first time this season as they took care of Border Districts at home by 39-points.
The Crows broke away in the second half to record the win where Lewis Hender was strong in front of goal as he put through seven majors.
Mark Quinn was the Eagles only multiple goal kicker with two.
Kybybolite had a big third quarter on the road at Penola as they recorded their second win for the season.
The game was close at half time, but the Tigers took control in the third quarter and never looked back.
Stephen Craig kicked five goals in the victory as he continued his good start to the season.
Thomas Jennings, Stephen Craig and William Russell were strong contributors to the victory.
Kaleb Messenger was the only Penola player who recorded more than one goal as he finished with two for the game, while Bradley Merrett, Brock Egan and Jacob Robbie also fought hard.
The match of the round this weekend will be the derby between Kingston and Lucindale.
Both sides have had good starts to the season and this game promises to be a cracking contest.
Kybybolite host Keith and this will be an interesting battle as both teams are playing good football recently.
Keith have started to turn their season around after a little bit of a slow start.
Kyby won last week and pushed Lucindale the week before, so they will be confident of
a strong showing at home, but Keith will be favoured to get the points.
Border Districts host Bordertown in a real crunch game for both sides.
This game looks even on paper with the Roosters maybe slight favourites to get the win.
Padthaway will be favourites to beat Penola at home on Saturday.
Tobin Cox is in great form and he should be tough for the Eagles to contain.
Naracoorte host Mundulla in what should be a cracking game.
Led by Matt Willson, the Demons play a brand that is full of run and big Rory Taggert up forward has been a great focal point for the Demons to aim at.
Mundulla on the other hand is Mundulla and they can play any style of game and have a very versatile line up.
The Tigers will go in warm favourites to win, but Naracoorte will fight hard at home.