Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault has its sights firmly set on attaining the 2019 South West Football League minor premiership title.
Coming together at Brunswick Oval on Saturday, the Lions were expected to demolish the Collie Eagles.
The league leaders moved the ball up forward and created a slew of chances, early on.
Lion Kristin Thornton booted the first of his seven goals midway through the opening term.
Despite working overtime, the Eagles struggled to boot the ball into their half.
David Newman kicked HBL's second from 45 metres out, before Thornton posted the Lions' third.
Goals to Ty Anderson and Sean Bradley put the home side in front by 33 points at quarter time.
Ty Armitage extended HBL's lead to 39 in the second term.
After grabbing a solid mark on the 50m line, Eagles' captain Matt Blackford lined up to kick Collie's first goal.
In the right place at the right time, Hayden Yarran booted the visitors' second from the goal square.
Teammate Jack Dartnell then delivered a spectacular half-volley just before half time.
Thanks to a late goal from Thomas Heenan, HBL led 7.4 (45) 3.0 (18) at the main break.
Backed by a strong home crowd, the Lions slotted a commanding four goals to one in the third quarter.
The side continued its unbeaten run with a stellar 16.11 (107) to 4.3 (27) victory.
Collie remains seventh on the ladder with seven wins and 10 losses after 17 rounds.
The side will face off against Donnybrook at the Collie Recreation Ground, this Saturday afternoon.
Bunbury retained the Jackson-McGuire Cup with a 102-point thrashing of ninth-placed South Bunbury, at Hands Oval.
Kicking 16 unanswered goals in the second half, the Bulldogs went on to claim a 19.5 (119) to 2.5 (17) win.
Eighth-placed Busselton secured an 11-point upset win over Augusta-Margaret River at Gloucester Park, on Sunday afternoon.
Following a scrappy first half, the Hawks were handed a 7.11 (53) to 10.4 (64) defeat.
Sixth-placed Carey Park cruised to a resounding victory over wooden spooners Harvey.
Playing at the Harvey Recreation Ground, Riese Wilkey (five goals) and Viv Blurton (three) led the Panthers to a 15.17 (107) to 10.5 (65) triumph.
Eaton retained second spot with a 15.13 (103) to 7.6 (48) win over reigning premiers Donnybrook.
Boomers powerhouse Jarrod Humphries and Don's star Samual Lowrie booted five goals each in Sunday's clash.
All 10 teams will return to the field for Round 18 this weekend.