THREE goals from the in-form Harrison Kerr helped Redland-Victoria Point Sharks down Mount Gravatt in wet conditions away from home.
The Sharks led at every break to win 75-52, backing up their outstanding 60-point victory in front of a bumper home crowd last weekend.
Coach Phil Carse said the side rallied in the final quarter to get the job done.
"The first quarter and a half was outstanding from the group with their physicality," he said.
"We let them back in with two quick goals against the flow of play from overuse of the footy and once they got the sniff they stayed with us for the rest of the day."
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Former Collingwood player Peter Yagmoor and co-captain Mitch Stallard were outstanding for the Sharks, who let in just four behinds during a low-scoring third term.
Three goals in the final quarter saw the Sharks secure their third win of the season by 23 points.
It was a winning return for Justin Currie, who was recalled for the weekend's match.
Harrison Kerr's three majors on the weekend sees him sit second on the league goalkicking list after five rounds.
Elsewhere, the Redland-Victoria Point women's team went down by one point in a low scoring clash against the same opposition.
It was a cruel loss for the Sharks, who kept Mount Gravatt scoreless in the first term and went into the final quarter having led at every break.
The second half was played in atrocious conditions, making it difficult for both sides to make an impact on the scoreboard.
It was one goal to two against the Sharks in the final quarter as they went down by a point.
The development side got back to winning ways in one of the day's earlier games, downing Mount Gravatt 92-61.
A stern quarter time address from coach Tye Wishart sparked his team into action as they scored six second quarter goals to take a 12 point lead into the major break.
Mount Gravatt were unable to find their bearings in the second half, allowing the Sharks to ram home the advantage and secure a big win away from home.
Teenager Harrison Kemp was instrumental in the victory, as was Bailey Hewitt, who kicked four goals.
The 31-point win was made extra special by the fact that 18 of the 22 who took the field for Redland-Victoria Point were Sharks juniors.
The colts' injury curse continued over the weekend, as they went down 99-16.
It was a tough day at the office for the Sharks, who gave away eight goals in the first half and failed to kick one themselves.
Royston Davis and Ryan Donohue were the only players to kick goals as the home side continued their dominance in the second half to finish with an 83-point win.
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