Wodonga Raiders posted a stunning upset over Yarrawonga.
Raiders rebounded superbly from a 107-point hiding against Wangaratta in round one to score a 14.16 (100) to 8.15 (63) win.
It was the first genuine upset of the opening 10 games.
Raiders controlled play in the first quarter, but only carried a one-point break to the first change.
But Morris medallist Brodie Filo exploded in the second quarter, kicking three wonderful goals, including a set shot from the boundary line around 50m out.
The home team had opened a 41-point half-time lead with both sides nailing six majors apiece in the second half.
Filo was tagged out of the game in the second half, but the damage was done, while Connor Newnham also snared three goals.
Defender Alex Daly and the Rouse twins - Zach and Jordan - were tremendous, while Yarrawonga was best served by Matt Casey and Jake Wild.
Boom midfielder Mark Whiley missed the match with a hamstring complaint.
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