Dudley United's A grade side is undefeated no more after they were steamrolled by third-placed Parndana on Saturday.
A nine-goal haul from Rhys Johnston was more than the Eagles could muster as a whole team, and was appropriately rewarded as his team's best player.
The final score at Penneshaw Oval was Dudley United 6.5 (41) to Parndana 19.14 (128).
Joining Johnston on Parndana's goal kickers list was James Davis with three goals, Benjamin Larsson and Bailey Gaskin with two each, and Trad Mcmulkin, Frank May, and Ben Gaskin with one each.
Larsson was also in the best players, as was Nathan Trethewey.
Dudley United's only multiple goal kicker was Kyron Pepper with two, and Tjedan Mckeown, Stephen Clark, Callum Willson, and Troyston Corbett scored singles.
Edward Colley and Sam Winterhalder were the Eagles' best.
Over at Wisanger Football Ground, the home side nearly doubled Kingscote's score, 22.16 (148) to 11.13 (79).
Jackson Lockett booted seven goals for the Panthers, while Liam Sampson shone as his team's best player.
Other Panthers goal kickers were Luke Stewart and Dustin Cross with three goals each, Brok Viney-Obst, Sam Clifford, and Liam Sampson with two, and Tristan Thomas, Gavin Mason, and Reece Boulden with one.
Rory Lovering, Jayden Christophers, and Jordan Connell were in Kingscote's best players.
Their side's goal kickers were Paul Green and Jake Austin with three apiece, and singles to Raymond Walker, Frank Colman, Riley Puckridge, Lachlan Ingerson, and Lovering.
Round seven's games now sees Wisanger on top of the ladder with five wins and one loss, while Dudley United sits second on four wins and one loss but with a higher percentage than Wisanger.
This Saturday, Western Districts hosts Parndana and Wisanger takes on Dudley United at Wisanger.
The Dudley United v Parnadana Reserves battle was the closest seniors match across the whole league on Saturday, yet the Eagles still snagged a secure 24-point win, 11.2 (68) to 6.8 (44).
Inaccurate kicking was Parndana's downfall and better accuracy could've resulted in a much closer affair.
Gage Shulver was the Eagles' best player, ably supported by Rhett Willson and Ryleigh Scott.
Trae Lovering snagged four goals, Rory Florance had two, and Thomas Willson, Zak Keir, Mitch Charlton, Gage Shulver, and Tom Schaefer scored one each.
William Stanton and Bailey Mashford stood up for the Roosters.
Their goal kickers were Michael Mills with two, and Brodie Havelberg, Ethan Trethewey, Cameron Stewart, and Ryan Tilling each scoring one major.
Kingscote gave Wisanger a 110-point hiding on their home ground in the other Reserves game, with a final score of 2.1 (13) to 18.15 (123).
Nathaniel Mcdonnell bagged five goals in Kingscote's win, Jake Foristal and Korelle Wintinna scored three each, Sonny Mcdonnell had two, and Jacob Spark, Jack Roads, Cain Florance, Thomas Mitchell, and Benjamin Fairey all scored one.
Carlos Nasese was Wisanger's only goal scorer, slotting both majors. He was amongst his team's best, along with Sam Florance and Travis Millar.
It was a tough battle between Dudley United and Parndana in the senior colts, but the Eagles took the win in the end, 10.2 (62) to 8.3 (51).
Cooper Gregor, Korbyn Childs, and Tait Florance were in fine form for the Eagles, which helped them get over the line. Their team's multiple goal kickers were Ethan Stoeckel with four and Korbyn Childs with two.
Kaea Mauheni-Edwards slotted three goals for Parndana and Caleb Bowden scored another two.
Issac Bowden was Parndana's best, along with Kaea Mauheni-Edwards.
Kingscote kept Wisanger scoreless in their game, taking home a big win, 0.0 (0) to 34.22 (226).
Kingscote's Blake Florance and Brady Christophers bagged seven goals each and the best player was Xavier Wadsworth. River Berden and Timmy Turner tried valiantly all day for Wisanger.