Somewhat surprisingly, the closest game of the weekend saw an undefeated Angaston get over the line against Nuriootpa by the round's smallest margin.
After struggling to stay up with Angaston in the first half, Nuri kicked three goals in the third quarter to get within striking distance (16 points) for most of the second half.
Angaston may have had an easier time of it with better efficiency in front of goals - kicking six behinds and zero goals in the second half.
Angaston finished the game 5 goals 13 to Nuriootpa Rovers' 4 goals 1.
Saturday's twilight game saw Tanunda face off against a struggling Kapunda team.
Tanunda continue to improve and were too good for their opponents on the day, winning by a convincing 66 points.
Gerhardy, for Kapunda, performed well as their sole goal kicker and one of the team's best players.
Willaston continued their undefeated start to the season against Gawler Central, getting up by 105 points.
Gawler Central were only able to get points on the board during the third quarter and were otherwise scoreless as Willaston kept control of the game.
Similarly, Barossa Districts had a one-sided win over South Gawler.
Kept completely scoreless, South Gawler struggled to keep up with the bulldogs; who kicked 11 goals 6 to get over the line by 72 points.