AS EXPECTED, round 7 of the 2014 KNTFL football season produced some one-sided games on Saturday.
The two closest matches were decided by 25 and 31 points, while the other three were blowouts.
LUCINDALE took it right up to the more fancied PADTHAWAY, having the same number of scoring shots but going down 18.12 (120) to 13.17 (95). Lucindale led by a goal at the last break but couldn't hold on, with Ben Gunning kicking five goals for the victors.
NARACOORTE put up a good show against top five side KEITH but the Crows came out on top 14.16 (100) to 10.9 (69). Ruckman Hugo Drogemuller kicked four goals and was named best for the winners, while Jason Snajdar also added four goals.
KANIVA/LEEOR UNITED overcame some early opposition from KYBYBOLITE to record a handsome win 28.14 (182) to 11.9 (75). United's travelling recruits were at the top of their game, with Dylan Williams and coach Neil Reeve sharing nine goals, while Scott Carberry played a lone hand in attack for Kyby with seven of the Tigers' 11 goals.
BORDERTOWN dominated from the outset against Border Districts and ended up winning 22.12 (144) to 8.10 (58). Jed Jarrett kicked five goals for the victorious Roosters and Aaron Day four, while Elijah Ware kicked four goals for Borders and Corey Burr continued his good form in defence.
MUNDULLA had few problems in accounting for Kingston 15.16 (106) to 3.4 (22) in a low-scoring game. Boyd Packer kicked four goals for the winners and Jake McGrice was best on ground.