TARRAWINGEE full-forward Hamish Moore will be looking to build on his sensational start to the Ovens and King league season when the Bulldogs take on King Valley at Tarrawingee on Saturday.
Moore, pictured, has 43 goals in five matches, including hauls of 10, 10, four, six and 13 to be the leading goalkicker in country Victoria.
The sharpshooter looks set to create further carnage in coming weeks with the club playing King Valley, Whorouly and bottom-placed Benalla All Blacks.
Moore has made a huge impact since joining Tarrawingee from Essendon and District league club Doutta Stars midway through last season.
He booted 52 goals in 11 matches last year and has continued where he left off.
In a sign of the unevenness of the competition, Glenrowan goalsneak Matt Robinson is third on the country Victoria goalkicking table with 30 majors.
Yarrawonga’s Brendan Fevola has 28 in four matches.
In this weekend’s other matches, ladder leader Glenrowan will kick a huge score against Goorambat, Benalla All Blacks will struggle against Bonnie Doon and Milawa looks too sharp for Bright.
North Wangaratta faces a long afternoon against Greta and Whorouly should take the points against Moyhu.
Meanwhile, Ovens and King interleague coach Finton Eames is hopeful of a strong performance when the league takes on Farrer at W.J. Findlay Oval on May 24.
The all-conquering Glenrowan line-up dominates the squad with 10 players, while Tarrawingee has nine.