Coburg started brilliantly with a 4-goal first quarter and then followed up with another 3-goals in the second term to open up a 32-point lead at half time against their more fancied opponents.
They were red hot, applying pressure and working harder than Marcellin but it all seemed to stop after half time and Marcellin launched a third quarter revival kickng 5 unanswered goals to lead by 1-point at the final change.
In the last the Supers had their chances but were unable to make headway and Marcellin kicked three more goals to kill off any chance of a big finish from Coburg.
The upside of this contest shows that Coburg have have the ability to match anyone in the competition and with four full quarters of effort they are very close to stringing together consecutive wins.
In the Reserves it was a disappointing result as Marcellin built their lead in the first three quarters to end up running out winners by 35-points.
Coburg added some respectably in the last quarter outscoring Marcellin 3 goals to one but the damage was already done with Coburg not prepared to be physical enough at the contest and seemingly second to the ball.
The Reserves are a much better outfit than we witnessed at this outing and they will be eager to put this disappointment behind them with an improved showing Sunday week against Ascot Vale.