Victoria bounced back from a disappointing loss to defeat Buninyong at home in the Ballarat District Bowls Division Premier Saturday Pennant.
Very little could stop the Vics, who took to their new green like a duck to water on Saturday.
The win elevates the club to second spot on the competition ladder, reaffirming it as one of the teams to beat a quarter of the way through the season.
Victoria skipper Barry Clark said the performance was a far-cry from last weekend's disappointing loss to Central Wendouree.
"I think we handled the conditions better," he said.
"The green bowled beautifully and we played a little bit better.
"Now it will be up to the selectors as to whether we keep the same side or go with someone else next week."
The Big V managed three out of three rink successes en-route to a 27-shot win.
After going into the break up 10 shots, the Vics hardly lost a step as they extended their lead to win the match 87-50.
Vics skipper Barry Clark served up most of the damage to Buninyong, leading his rink to a resounding 20-shot win over Graeme Simpson.
He was backed up by Stephen Britt at third and Mick Cunningham, whose effort as lead under Clark proved exceptional.
Clarke heaped praise on his teammates, particularly Cunningham, who has been in and out of the premier side due to work commitments.
"He likes this surface and plays very well on it," Clark said.
"My leader played very well and my third played very well which took the pressure off me, and when I had the shot I was able to do it quite easily."
Victoria skipper Craig ford enjoyed a 13-shot win over Buninyong's Mick Storey, while Sunni Haynes edged out Brian Wilcock.
The win marks a return to from for Victoria, which trails Ballarat by a game in the win column.
Clark said the recent slippage was due to a lack of motivation.
"We've probably dropped our standard a bit because down in Geelong if you played bad shots you paid for it, whereas here the standard is probably not quite as good and you tend to drop off a bit," he said.
Meanwhile Central Wendouree proved last week's triumph over Victoria was no fluke by knocking off top-end Sebastopol by 11 shots.
The Bears managed two rink success, with Col Johnson leading the way with a 14-shot win over Glenn Sargent.
Elsewhere Ballarat consolidated its spot at the top of the table with a comprehensive 50-shot win over Creswick.
Webbcona overcame Learmonth by three shots and BMS comfortably beat Mt Xavier.