Yankalilla proved too strong for Myponga/Sellicks, in the second half to run away victors by 94 points.
The first half was a tight affair as the Mudlarks proved they could mix it with the Tigers. Donohue, Ogilvie, Hill, Vluggen and Mayes gave as good as they got and at half time the margin was nine points in favour of Yankalilla.
The third term saw the floodgates open as the Tigers amassed 7-4 to Myponga/Sellicks two points and the game had busted clear.
Edwards, Durdin, Tyllis, Clark, Whittlesea and Fitzgerald were in everything and up forward the likes of Braendler and Kelly were having a feast.
The last term was much the same as the Mudlarks failed to score a goal and the Tigers booted another seven to win convincingly.
After a promising first half, Myponga/Sellicks did not score a major for the entire last half and allowed 14 goals to be kicked by the opposition. It was a disappointing end, as the first half proved the Mudlarks are a side that can push any team in the competition.