The game never looked competitive, as Railways’ mauling of Mullewa goes into the history books as the third biggest win in the club’s history. The Blues were firing on all cylinders on Saturday in their 40.19 (259) to 4.6 (30) win against the Saints, which was the highest score for any team this season. The demolition at the Recreation Ground was led by an 11-goal effort from Jesse Adamini and nine goals from Ryan Le Tessier. According to league stats expert Victor Tanti, the 229-point thrashing is the third highest for Railways, following a 295-point win in 2011 and a 278-point win in 2009, both against Mullewa. This marks the fifth time in league history that a team has lost by more than 200 points twice in a season, the others being Irwin in 1963, Northampton in 2006 and Mullewa in 2011. It’s the Saints’ second consecutive loss exceeding 200 points, after Northampton annihilated them by 225 points — meaning in the past two rounds Mullewa have lost by a combined 454 points. But they are not the first team to suffer loses of at least 200 points back-to-back, with Chapman Valley meeting this fate in 2012 when they lost to Towns and Mullewa.