REDAN has put the skates on in the final quarter to defeat East Point by 32 points on Sunday.
Leading by just two points at three quarter time, the Lions kicked five consecutive goals, to win 18.18 (126) to 13.16 (94).
It maintains Redan's perfect start to the season, the Lions standing three wins from three starts.
On Saturday Ballarat off a final quarter Lake Wendouree fightback to record its second victory of the Ballarat Football League season, 11.14 (80) to 8.17 (65) on Saturday.
The Swans held on grimly as the Lakers kicked themselves out of the match with a 3.9 final term.
For most of the match at Wendouree Reserve, Ballarat held the ascendency. The Lakers failed the score a goal in the first and were again goalless in the third term.
But they rallied twice.
Darley defeated Bacchus Marsh in the most competitive Marsh derby in recent history, the Devils triumphing 17.11 (80) to the Cobras' 15.5 (95).
Two final quarter goals and an assist by Dane Grenfell broke the Cobras' heart in the final quarter in front of one of the biggest BFL home-and-away crowds in recent history, at Maddingley Park.
Big name recruit Marty Pask finished with seven goals, while Brad Inglis was judge best afield for the victors.
Matt Denham, Pasi Schwalger and Danny Abbott were good for the Cobras.
Sunbury proved too good for Sebastopol with a 20.15 (135) to 9.8 (62) victory at Clarke Oval.
Melton South and Melton face off in another derby tonight at Melton Recreation Reserve. East Point is at home to Redan tomorrow.