North Whyalla capped off a spectacular centenary weekend with a triumph over undefeated West Whyalla.
With celebrations in full swing at the weekend, the Magpies were fired up to make the black-and-white faithful proud.
The round nine encounter got off to a slow start as the two struggled to hit the board, the Dragons kicking four behinds and the Magpies two behinds.
The Magpies' burst out of the gates from the second quarter, piling on four goals while the Dragons still struggled with just two behinds.
At the long break, the Magpies had a 23-point lead.
The Dragons managed to gather momentum in the third quarter, hitting the board with four goals while the Magpies scored one but still commanded a five-point lead.
As the final quarter opened, the Magpies weren't going to let a sweet victory slip through its fingers.
A two-goal final quarter for both the Magpies and Dragons saw the black-and-whites walk away with a five-point win in its centenary weekend.
Adam Nicol topped the best players list for North while Samuel Flanegan was best in front of goals and booted three.
For West, Myles McNamara was best and Nathan Grzona kicked two.
Roosters put on spectacular show
Central Whyalla was in spectacular form for its centenary celebration weekend, dishing out a 173-point drubbing to South Whyalla.
The Roosters burst out of the gates, kicking off the commemorative game with a solid eight-goal quarter while the Demons were scoreless.
An equally impressive second quarter saw the Roosters add another eight goals to the board while the Demons kicked their first.
The Roosters continued to move the ball up forward, adding seven goals in the third and five in the final to the Demons' scoreless third and one goal final quarter.
Golden boots Scott Collison was a star in front of the goals and booted 10 for the Roosters. He was also best.
For the Demons, David Cleary and Peter McIntosh kicked one each and Cleary was best.
Tigers demolish Roos
Weeroona Bay edged out Roopena in a dominant display in fourth against fifth.
The Tigers got off to the stronger start of the two with a five goal opening quarter to the Roos' two.
As scoring opportunities for the Roos were limited, the Tigers managed to chip away at the scoreboard, adding three goals in the second, two in the third and a solid five in the final. The Roos added one each in the second and third, and a behind in the final.
Adam Rogers was best for Weeroona Bay while Aaron Rogers kicked five goals.
For Roopena, Kane Grund and Shaun Evans kicked two and Samuel Sullivan topped the best players list.