A SEVEN-goal-to-one final quarter proved the difference as Tarrawingee made it 12 consecutive wins against Bright on Saturday.
The Mountain Men went goal-for-goal with the undefeated Bulldogs in the opening half but couldn’t match the competition pacesetters after the main break as Sam Peters and Daniel Salmon starred in a 51-point win.
Dylan Cudmore impressed for sixth-placed Bright, which is one of three teams on 24 points.
Corey Smith kicked 11 goals for Moyhu as the Hoppers stayed in touch with the top-six with a 106-point hiding of Greta.
King Valley slipped to eighth after managing just two goals in its 77-point loss to Glenrowan.
Bonnie Doon maintained its eight-point buffer in second position by brushing aside Benalla All Blacks by 59 points, Jack Stamp kicked eight goals as Milawa proved too strong for Whorouly and Goorambat and District held North Wangaratta goalless.