Minyip-Murtoa's Brad Inglis has built himself a handy lead as the league's leading goalkicker in recent weeks.
The new recruit bagged seven majors in a commanding performance against Horsham at the weekend, backing up his six-goal haul against Stawell the week before.
Inglis didn't arrive at Minyip-Murtoa until round four and has kicked 42 goals in his 12 games with the club.
"I'm loving it at the club. From day one everyone at the club has been awesome, especially with my family coming as well," he said.
Inglis travels from Melbourne, where he formerly played for Pascoe Vale in the Essendon District Football League.
Since arriving he's gone on to form a potent attacking parternship with Jae McGrath, who sits fourth on the goalkicking list with 30.
"Both our leading patterns and the way we play it just clicks, and when you've got Iso (Brayden Ison) leading out of the goal square, between us three we're working together," Inglis said.
"It works really well because I can't jump, so I can't take overhead marks like them. I'm just happy to sit in the shadows of those two boys and take what I can get."
The race to be the leading goalkicker, round by round
Averaging nearly four goals a game, Inglis has had the chance to wheel out plenty of celebrations.
From an almighty fist pump to supporters at the bar, to breaking out the finger pistol, Inglis' theatrics have fast become a hit with the Burras faithful.
"I'm definitely one of the ones around the group who likes to make sure the boys are up and about, so I've been having a bit of fun lately with how I celebrate some goals," Inglis said.
"Sometimes we've been flat for no reason and I'll just celebrate a goal and it gets them up and about. That's what you want; you don't want to make footy a chore, you want to make sure you're having a bit of fun at the end of the day."
Only four goals behind Inglis is Stawell's Cody Driscoll.
Remarkably, Driscoll's first game of the season also didn't come until round four.
The target man kicked five goals in his first game back from a partial ACL tear he suffered at the start of last season.
Driscoll has gone on to menace Wimmera league defenders since, averaging nearly 3.5 goals a game.
Warrack Eagles' Dalton Jaensch's pursuit of goalkicking honours was cruelly cut short. Jaensch lead the league with 17 goals, alongside Ararat's Tom Mills, at the end of round six, before injury struck.
The Eagle has only managed two quarters of football since he went down with a hamstring injury against the Burras in round seven.
Nhill's Scott Hughes is the third most prolific goalkicker in the league, racking up 32 so far this season.
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