Former Adelaide Crows and Melbourne midfielder Bernie Vince has shown how it's done at local level on the weekend, starring for the Maryborough Rovers as they downed Campbells Creek by an astounding 204 points in the Castlemaine District Football League.

Vince booted an astonishing eight goals and nine behinds, culminating in a whopping 17 scoring shots, to go along with 36 disposals at Jubilee Oval.

Vince's appearance in Maryborough's side was a one-off as part of the Carlton Draft series, aimed at promoting community footy.

The ex-Crow and Demon's standout performance comes after Fremantle legend David Mundy pulled on the boots in May and kicked six majors himself.

Collingwood icon Nathan Buckley is the next ex-AFL player to partake in the Carlton Draft festivities, as he is set to line up for Nilma Darnum against Catani next month.