BULLIOH spearhead Ash Murray became the first player in the region to kick 100 goals this season when he booted 13 in the Bulldogs' 256-point win over Border-Walwa at Walwa on Saturday.
Murray brought the milestone just before half-time and went on to kick 13 for the day.
He has played 12 matches this season.
"I guess it's a good achievement but it's team footy," Murray, 27, said.
"That's the most important thing."
Murray, who booted 110 goals for the Murray Magpies several years ago, has kicked 10 or more goals on seven occasions this season.
Bullioh were relentless against Border-Walwa, with the Bulldogs racing to a 75-point advantage by quarter-time with Josh Walters, Alex Freeman and Daniel Kannenberg dominating.
Beau Roberts capped off a strong performance with five goals.
"We tried to stick to what we have been trying to implement in the first-half and then we tried a few things after half-time," Murray said.
Border-Walwa coach Ben McCarthy attempted to lift his charges with support coming from Chris Spicer and Michael Linklater.
Ladder leader Cudgewa disposed of Tumbarumba by 211 points.
The Blues came out blazing with a 12-goal burst with Dayne Carey and Luke Bloom in the thick of the onslaught.
Ben Hall took his season tally to 68 with an eight-goal haul.
Nick McCormack and Tyson Carey knocked up winning possessions which often resulted in goals to Hall, Brendan McEvoy, Bloom and Dayne Carey.
Tumbarumba, who sit third on the premiership table, had triers in Andrew Widdison, Jake Webster and James Crozier.
Federal won the tightest match of the round, defeating rivals Corryong by 136 points.
Coach Steve Fouracre did plenty of damage in attack kicking eight goals while Jordan Wakeling managed seven.
Tom McKimmie and Darren Clough also starred in what may have been the final clash between the fierce rivals.
Jesse Crawford played well for Corryong.
Merger talks are continuing between clubs in the league with former Upper Murray league players Craig McKimmie and Jonathon Pole leading the charge for clubs to merge and join the Tallangatta and district league next season.
The pair, alongside several other former players, have met with all clubs to promote a merger of Corryong, Cudgewa, Federal and Border-Walwa.