Norwood Reserves recorded their eighth win the year defeating Sturt by 75-points on Saturday afternoon.
After a quiet first quarter which only one goal was scored by impressive youngster, Chris OIsson Norwood turned it on in the second term booting seven goals in a row.
Tall forward Mitch Carter was at the forefront of the attack kicking three important goals for the term, while small forward Caleb Edmead kicked two.
Leading by 46-points at half time the third quarter was a much more even affair however the breeze at the Northern End of Peter Motley Oval favoured the Double Blues.
With the margin cut back to only 23 at the final change the Redlegs dug deep to kick eight goals in a row to put the result beyond doubt.
After falling agonisingly close in Round One, Gavin Hughes men put in one of the performances of the season with a number of players putting in first class performances.
Premiership player Callum Bartlett had a game high 32 disposals and a goal, while ball magnet Darcy Pisani had 25 disposals.
Triple Premiership Player, Ben Jefferies did his chances of a recall no harm collecting 22 touches, while Chris Olsson had 19 disposals and four goals.
The Redlegs Reserves now move up to fifth on the ladder and face West Adelaide on Friday night in Round 15.