Winning streak continues for Hepburn

TOP GAME: Hepburn's Dan O’Halloran has been rated one of his side's top performers during the win against Carngham-Linton.
TOP GAME: Hepburn's Dan O’Halloran has been rated one of his side's top performers during the win against Carngham-Linton.

Hepburn stretched its winning sequence to 11 games with a 101-point success against Carngham-Linton on Saturday.

Burras coach Jason Olver rated the performances of Dan O’Halloran, Jimmy Rodgers, Aron Burns and Jackson Liversidge in the victory, which leaves the team third on the ladder.

Burns and Brad McKay were the leading goal-kickers with four each.

For the hosts, Josh Benfield and Todd Currie were among the best.

BEAUFORT 23.18 (156) CLUNES 7.4 (46)

LACHLAN Murray kicked eight goals in a commanding forward line display as Beaufort collected a 110-point win over Clunes.

In an undermanned outfit, Murray took control and worked well alongside fellow forward Tim Haase, who booted six majors.

Onballers Joe Mason and Alex Petrie also starred for the winners, which remain second on the ladder.

For Clunes, Josh Thompson kicked two goals and Matthew Wrigley was named best.

WAUBRA 15.15 (105) CRESWICK 5.3 (33)

WAUBRA kept its name in the top four conversation with success against Creswick on Saturday.

The Roos landed a 72-point triumph at Doug Lindsay Reserve to remain just a game adrift of fourth spot with three rounds to play.

Waubra coach Grant Luscombe said Ben Wilson, Lincoln Barnes and Matt Dawson were good through the middle. Paul Dodds also played well off half back, Luscombe said.

Aaron Hepworth got the nod as Creswick’s standout.