WHOROULY is building momentum and is looking to climb the ladder in the back half of the season after chalking up a second straight win on Saturday.
Coming off a 39-point victory over North Wangaratta in round 10, the Lions backed up that performance with a gritty come-from-behind win against Bonnie Doon.
The Lions trailed by 16 points at three quarter time, but dominated the final stanza, booting 5.1 to 0.1 to emerge triumphant 13.7 (85) to 10.11 (71).
The Bombers had all the play in the third term and added 5.4 to 2.3, with Jack Williams, Will Quayle, Kaine Herbert and Brenton Campbell all firing.
But the Lions took advantage of a send off to wrest back control and dictate terms in the last.
“We just got back to the way we wanted to play the game,” Whorouly coach Wayne Millis said.