Prolific goalkicker Trent Castles has taken the Riverina league by storm.
Castles booted nine goals for Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes on Saturday as it destroyed flag contender Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong by 51-points.
Highlighting the performance, Castles' nine goals was more than any side in the competition kicked for the round.
Castles has stormed to the lead on the goalkicking table with 21 goals from three matches.
The Lions' Riley Corbett is next best on 16.
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Castles was only cleared to the Goannas on the eve of the season after a clearance wrangle with Corowa-Rutherglen.
The case went to the National Permit Committee which ruled in favour of the star forward.
Castles kicked four goals on debut, followed by eight goals last weekend against Griffith.
The Goannas have stamped themselves as flag favourites after three dominant wins and are one game clear on top of the ladder.
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