There were inspired personal performances and disappointing team results for the Wimmera's exports in the fourth round of the AFL at the weekend.
Horsham's Seb Ross captained St Kilda in the absence of Jarryn Geary and rose to the occasion, being named his side's best in a tough, five-point win against Hawthorn.
Ross collected 39 disposals, 13 contested possessions and booted a long-range goal in the come-from-behind win.
Former Edenhope-Apsley brothers Tom and Oscar McDonald secured their first win of the 2019 season on Thursday night.
Tom played in his 150th AFL game and kicked a goal as the Melbourne Demons came out 22-point victors against the Sydney Swans.
Oscar was kept busy playing on mercurial forward Buddy Franklin and later left the field with a concussion. He was cleared of any issues after the game and made available for selection for round five.
Horsham's Jake Lloyd was named in the Sydney Swans' best for the fourth consecutive week.
The defender managed to rack up 34 disposals to become the first Swan since Barry Mitchell in 1992 to collect more than 30 disposals in each of the first four games of the season.
Jarrod Berry's unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday afternoon when his Brisbane Lions were overcome by a potent Essendon.
The former Horsham Saint was named the Lions' second best and managed to score a goal in the 47-point loss.
Darcy Tucker's Fremantle lost by 13 points in a combative Western Derby.
Tucker, also formerly of the Horsham Saints, racked up 15 disposals, but the Dockers struggled against the West Coast Eagles.
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