Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong ensured they finished their first half of the season on a winning note with a big victory over Leeton-Whitton on Saturday.
The Lions continued the Crows' dismal start to the season, registering an 85-point win, 19.9 (123) to 6.2 (38) at Ganmain Sportsground.
GGGM were inaccurate early but straightened up after quarter-time to kick 17.2 for the remainder of the day.
GGGM coach Christin Macri was pleased to see the likes of Matt Knagge and Ed Daniher lead the way for the Lions.
"More just some different players playing really well," Macri said was the highlight.
"Matt Knagge, Daniher and those younger guys coming through, who have played a bit of footy. It just gives them really good confidence that they are important members of the side and that's what we're trying to stress all year that yes we've had Olsson and Walsh and those guys playing well, and they will continue to play well and they did today, but we need these other guys stepping up and backing themselves in and yeah, they're doing it, which is good."
Matt Hamblin, Ben Walsh and Knagge all kicked three goals each for the Lions.
Ryan Dunn and Tom Meline were best for the Crows.
The Lions finish the first round of the home and away season next week with the bye to ensure they will remain in fourth spot, at worst, and could move into the top three.
The Crows, who are winless after eight rounds, host Coolamon.