In a 2019 WFNL grand final rematch, Southern Mallee Giants have come up trumps by 1-point in a thriller against Minyip-Murtoa.
The Burras led for most of the match and held a 22-point lead at three quarter time, before the Giants pinched the victory in the dying minutes.
There was a bit of confusion at the end, as a scoreboard malfunction meant players weren't sure who won.
Giants' coach Luke Mahony said it was a "very hard fought" game.
"Minyip-Murtoa certainly stood up for three quarters and we were lucky enough to come home in the end," Mahony said.
"They really put it to us in the first quarter and I guess rattled us early.
"But we were slowly able to peg things back and sorta get on top and use our running game towards the end."
Mahony was pleased with his backlines ability to withstand the Minyip-Murtoa attack
"I think our back six were fantastic today, they were put under a lot of pressure, but across the ground we were really good."
Livewire forward Brock Orval was again a standout for the Giants, kicking six goals, while Zac Robins was also very good for the Giants.
For the Burras, Nicholas Petering played well up front, bagging six goals.
Over in Ararat, the Rats had a tight win over Horsham Demons.
The Demons had a slow start, only kicking 1-point to Ararat's four goals and five behinds in the first quarter.
Horsham managed to close the margin but ran out of time in the end, losing by 13-points.
For Ararat Liam Arnott impressed and for Hudson Hair was Horsham's best.
At Davis Park, Dimboola were able to run over Nhill by 27-points.
At the last change Dimboola only led by a solitary point, however the Roos pulled away in the final quarter kicking five goals to Nhill's one.
Thomas O'Dwyer snagged three goals for Dimboola, while Mykel Smith was Nhill's best with two goals.
In the remaining game Stawell proved too good for Warrack coming away with a hundred-point win.
The Eagles, playing under a new coach fought hard, but in the end the Warriors were too strong.
Warriors' coach Tom Eckel was impressive and backman Jack Walker, Paul Sommers and Jamie Bach were all named in the best on Saturday.
Warriors' Cody Driscoll cemented his spot at the top of the competition goalkicking leaderboard, with eight majors during the round three clash.
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