Waubra sprayed the ball in attack, but kept its perfect start to the season in tact with a strong victory against Newlyn on Saturday.
The Roos had more than twice as many scoring shots as the Cats, but were only able to record a 29-point win.
Onballer Lincoln Barnes and half back Josh Crawford were standouts for the Roos.
Henry Armour kicked two goals for Newlyn - as did Sean Massey and Declan Lourey – while defender Jason Slater and ruckman Jarrod Fryar also played well for the beaten brigade.
After the Easter break, Waubra will take on Daylesford, while Newlyn goes up against Rokewood-Corindhap.
CLUNES 11.5 (71) CRESWICK 10.10 (70)
The Magpies took out a fighting one-point triumph against Creswick at home on Saturday.
Clunes trailed by 31 points at quarter time, but whittled away the margin to eventually claim victory.
Jesse Baird kicked three goals to be named the Magpies’ best player ahead of Henry Labastida and Patrick Heenan.
Liam Hepworth made it back-to-back best afield performances for the Wickers, with Tyson Randall and Tom Walmsley others to play well in a losing side.
After Easter, Clunes faces Carngham-Linton, while Creswick has the bye.