Holbrook's winning run extended to eight matches with a 76-point suffocation of Howlong.
On a day when leaders Osborne didn't play, the Brookers improved their percentage to 92.31 with 12 different goal-kickers.
There were two each for Luke Gestier and coach Matt Sharp as the hosts won by 14.8 (92) to 2.4 (16).
"Conditions weren't great but we got a six-goal first quarter and our attitudes were spot-on towards the weather and the contest," Sharp said.
"I couldn't ask for much more than to set the game up like that.
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"Both teams were missing a couple of top-end players but it was a good contest played in a great spirit.
"We've been lucky to spread the goals this year.
"It was pleasing to get ugly goals on the back of the weather and on the back of our effort and getting the ball forward.
"We've kicked some really nice goals this year but to get some goals out of nothing was really pleasing."
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