BRYCE Tomlinson and Josh Alford bagged hat-tricks in the Jimboomba Redbacks' big win over Bribie Island in the QFA Division 3 on Saturday.
The Redbacks won 12.14 (86) to 2.4 (16) on the road.
They had the opportunity to go top of the table against the bottom side, but just could not get there.
The Redbacks remain in second on percentages, with Morningside on top.
In the juniors, the under 14s put together the team's best effort of the season to trounce Calamvale by 15 points.
The Redbacks won 6.7 (43) to 4.4 (28) against the Leopards in a special win for one junior.
Cooper Manning played his 150th match for the club, after starting with the Redbacks in 2012 as a six-year-old.
Egan Mells played her 50th game.
The match had a frantic early pace as both teams tried to win contested ball, before the Redbacks put up a wall in defence to turn the Leopards away at every opportunity.
The Redbacks' ability to slow the play and link up from fullback, all the way up the field to the front line, is promising as the season approaches its final stages.
The Redbacks' under 11 Black team was well beaten by the Brisbane Valley Rattlers on Friday night.
The Rattlers came out on top 11.4 (70) to 4.4 (28) but the Jimboomba side was buoyed by an improved performance.
The Rattlers took a good lead early, with strong kicking and marking in the first quarter.
Jimboomba applied pressure at the contest in the second and third quarters as the Redbacks played their way back into the game under the new lights at Fernvale.
Jimboomba was scoring regularly in a competitive match.
A great passage of play between Jack Burton and Cameron Ryder was a highlight, with the pair cutting through the Rattlers' defence for a goal.
Jimboomba's under 11 Red team smashed Calamvale in strong wind which made things difficult for both sides on Saturday.
Riley Twyford and Tyla Day starred for the Redbacks in the 8.10 (58) to nil thumping.
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