THE Sebastopol Vikings were humbled in the first of four top four fixtures for the month, with Point Cook humbling the home side 4-1.
In the cold conditions at St Georges Reserve, the visitors were able to draw first blood and then double their lead before Sebastopol midfielder Paul McClounan found the back of the net to head into the change at 2-1.
An easy goal to the Jets in the opening minutes extended the gap, and despite the Vikings controlling the play for much of the half the home side were unable to capitalise in front of goal.
The visitors proceeded to rub salt into the wound by landing a fourth in the dying minutes.
The Vikings will face the second placed Surf Coast away from home next week.
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