TOM Marmo and Ryan Barnett led the way with three goals each as Port Macquarie eased past Grafton at Woolgoolga on Saturday.
The Pies booted 10 goals to none in the first term and the match was as good as over as a result - it was just a matter of how much the winning margin would be.
Dylan Cameron, Kyle Lynch and Hugo Henderson also contributed two goals each as Port Macquarie continued their winning ways in a 17.12 (114) to 5.7 (37) victory.
Grafton fought back to win the second quarter by four goals to two before the Magpies reasserted their dominance after the long break.
For Grafton, Sam Burge kicked two goals playing against his former teammates.
In the women's fixture, Port Macquarie claimed a 13.8 (86) to 0.1 (1) victory over the Northern Beaches/Grafton Blue Tigers.
The Magpies were a class above as they return to near full strength following the university exam period.
Port had a six goal lead at half time then powered on with four goals in each of the two remaining quarters to maintain their intensity right through to the final siren.
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