The NEAFL clash between the Sydney Swans and the UWS Giants has ended in a properly one-sided scoreline.
A few big names starred for the Swans triumphed 28.17 (185) to 2.2 (14).
The Giants were unable to even hit the scoreboard until late in the third quarter, when they kicked their first goal of the match.
That was largely thanks to a penalty copped for having an extra man on the field, having their score reset from four behinds to zero in the third term.
Sydney, by then, had piled on 18.15 (123).
They then slammed home 10 goals to one in the last term to run out 171-point winners.
It was one of the more one-sided games in recent memory, with Sydney recording 455 disposals to 261, 82 inside 50s to 36 and 45 scoring shots to four.
Kurt Tippett was one of the focal points for the Swans with 21 disposals, nine marks, 28 hit outs and hitting the scoreboard, kicking 3.2.
Jordan Dawson was best on for the Swans with 26 disposals, 11 tackles and 4.2.
GWS youngster Jeremy Finlayson put in an impressive solo effort with 34 disposals - 15 more than his next best teammate.