ROCKINGHAM notched up another win in round nine of the Peel Football League but it was rival Waroona who most clubs will fear.
Waroona demolished South Mandurah by 129 points on Sunday, pushing the Falcons from third to fifth on the table.
What was billed as the match of the round quickly turned into a one-sided contest.
Five goals to two in the opening blew out to 12 to four by half-time.
The 62-point margin could have been worse had Waroona converted more than 12 of their 29 scoring opportunities.
Nine goals in the third term to Waroona ensured the Falcons would be in line for a triple-figure hiding.
By the final siren, Waroona had an incredible 51 scoring shots to just 17 in their 28.23 (191) to 9.8 (62) win.
The victory leaves the Demons just one win behind Rockingham and with their massive goal difference, could see the side overtake the Rams if they slip.
Rockingham Rams won a tight encounter over Centrals 15.12 (102) to 13.12 (90).
The Rams kicked five goals to three in the opening term and kept that buffer for the remainder of the match.
Centrals had their chances in the second term, with 13 scoring shots to five, but the side could only muster five goals from their attempts as the Rams led from start to finish.
Daniel Dalby kicked three goals for Centrals while Sean Fleming and Keren Ugle kicked three apiece for the Rams.
Baldivis has jumped into third position on the Peel Football League table after a 24-point win over Pinjarra at home.
A crude head high hit saw Baldivis fire up in the second to kick four goals to two to extend the half-time margin to 13.
Six goals to just one in the third appeared to get the Brumbies over the line but a final quarter fightback by Pinjarra gave the home side a fright before they recorded their fifth win of the year.
In the final match of the round, Mandurah drew with halls Head, 14.19 (101) to 15.11 (101).