Defending premier Milawa were at its ruthless best as it spanked Tarrawingee to the tune of 126-points at Tarrawingee on Saturday.
The Demons signalled their intentions early as the opened up a 37-point lead at the first break after keeping the home side goalless.
Far from satisfied, Milawa buried their rivals, booting 17 goals to two after quarter-time on their way to a 23.13 (151) to 2.13 (25) romp.
Tarrawingee was its own worst enemy and generated plenty of scoring opportunities but some woeful conversion was deflating for the home side.
Demon spearhead Cleve Hughes was unstoppable with a 10-goal haul.
Hughes has been in good form so far this season and has booted 28 goals from four matches.
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The prolific goalkicker booted 85 goals in 2019 and is on target to surpass that tally this season if he can stay injury-free.
Sebastian De Napoli and Aiden Bihun were also damaging up forward after combining for seven goals.
Simon Pane, Ben Clarke, Josh Owen and Todd Bird were other solid contributors.
Tarrawingee was best served by Sam Peters.
Pat Byrne, Tom Salmon and Daniel McCormick also battled hard against the odds for the home side.
After capturing the flag in 2019, Milawa has started its premiership defence with five consecutive wins and stamp itself as the raging flag favourite.
The Demons host Whorouly this weekend.
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