Round 2 of the VFL premiership is in the books with plenty of tight contests coming from the weekend.

Brisbane held off a surging Collingwood by two points on Friday while Williamstown managed to secure a six-point victory against Coburg.

Box Hill continued their early season form while the clash between Werribee and Southport was a close encounter.

The weekend was wrapped up with Sandringham Zebras recording their first win of the year against Essendon.

Gold Coast, GWS and the Northern Bullants all had the weekend off due to a bye.

Here's a wrap-up of all the action from Round 2 of the VFL.

Brisbane (105) def. Collingwood (103)

Chris Fagan may have his hands full when it comes to the selection committee for the upcoming round.

Kai Lohmann (four goals, 17 touches and seven tackles) and Jarryd Lyons (33 possessions, nine clearances and seven tackles) put their hand up for a recall following impressive performances.

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 16: Kai Lohmann of the Lions in action during the 2023 AFL Round 14 match between the Brisbane Lions and the Sydney Swans at the Gabba on June 16, 2023 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Russell Freeman/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Darcy Gardiner and Jaxon Prior could also force their way into the senior side.

Collingwood isn't likely to make any changes for their Gather Round clash with Hawthorn, despite many pleasing performances in the reserves.

Small forward Joe Richards led the charge with six goals while SSP selection Lachie Sullivan proved why he was picked up in the first place, gathering 32 disposals, nine clearances and four tackles.

Harvey Harrison (23 touches, one goal and nine tackles) doesn't appear far off while Oleg Markov and Ash Johnson were quiet in the loss.

North Melbourne (90) def. Carlton (74)

The Kangaroos' big men were the stars of the show.

Charlie Comben held down the backline, racking up 22 disposals and 13 marks.

SSP selection Tyler Sellers was once again found hitting the scoreboard, kicking three goals and could've had more.

Youngster Finnbar Maley joined Sellers with two of his own, whilst also taking 13 marks from 21 possessions.

For Carlton, Marc Pittonet did his chances of returning to the AFL no harm, dominating in the ruck (25 touches, one goal, 12 clearances, 19 hit-outs and five marks).

Brodie Kemp and Lachlan Cowan were impressive down back, patrolling the half backline while Lewis Young and Alex Cincotta appeared ready for a call-up.

Coburg Lions (77) def. by Williamstown Seagulls (83)

Williamstown's hard-fought victory was led by Toby Triffet, who kicked two goals from his 22 touches, six clearances and six tackles.

Former Tigers Riley Collier-Dawkins was impressive alongside Triffet while Nicholas Ebinger slotted three up forward.

As for Coburg, Kyle Weightman kept the scoreboard ticking over with four of his own while Joel Trudgeon (22 disposals, one goal, five clearances) was arguably the Lions' best.

Port Melbourne (71) def. by Frankston Dolphins (96)

Frankston's win over Port Melbourne was helped by a five-goal effort from Josh Butland.

Thomas Murphy (29 touches and nine clearances) and Trent Mynott (19 possessions, eight clearances and a goal) were instrumental through the midfield while former Blue Jack Newnes kicked two goals from his 16 disposals.

Lachlan Rankin produced an incredible performance for the Borough, amassing 33 touches, 11 tackles, six marks and a goal.

Captain Harvey Hooper's efforts weren't far behind, slotting two goals from his 29 possessions and 11 clearances.

Matt Signorello kicked three goals while former Blue Billy Gowers was solid.

Geelong (77) def. by Box Hill Hawks (111)

Hawthorn had a host of players vying for a position in the senior side.

Ned Reeves, Jack Gunston and Finn Maginness were all left out of the Easter Monday clash.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 07: Finn Maginness of the Hawks wins the club 2km time trial during a Hawthorn Hawks AFL pre-season training session at Waverley Park on December 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

The trio were solid in their outputs, with Maginness being the most impressive with his 28-possession, one-goal, 10-mark and six-clearance output.

Small forward Sam Butler put his hand up for selection, kicking four goals and was joined by Calsher Dear's three-major performance.

Shannon Neale was arguably Geelong's best, kicking three goals from his 14 possessions and six marks.

Draftee Connor O'Sullivan showed his raw talent while veteran Jed Bews continuously presents as a reliable option for Chris Scott.

Southport Sharks (59) def. by Werribee Tigers (62)

Boyd Woodcock's impressive run of form continues, with a 30-possession, 10-clearance and one-goal outing against Werribee on the weekend.

Former Geelong forward Wylie Buzza did his best to will his side over the line, slotting three majors while Brayden Crossley was strong in the ruck.

Dom Brew and Nick Hayes were inspiring for the victorious Tigers, leading from the front.

Sam Paea, Harry Gintell and Hudson Garoni combined for six goals.

Casey Demons (85) def. by Western Bulldogs (99)

Key forward Rory Lobb has backed up his previous reserves performance with a five-goal effort against Casey, giving Luke Beveridge something to think about.

Youngster Jedd Busslinger was impressive and continues to mount his case for a debut while recruit James Harmes (33 possessions, eight marks, six clearances, five tackles and a goal) did his senior recall no harm.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 27: James Harmes of the Bulldogs trains during a Western Bulldogs AFL training session at Whitten Oval on November 27, 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Morgan Hancock/Getty Images)

Riley Garcia will also come into consideration.

The combination of Josh Schache (four goals) and Matthew Jefferson (two goals) looks lethal and could be seen throughout the year.

Will Verrall was strong in the ruck.

Richmond (84) def. Sydney (72)

Kane McAuliffe isn't far away from a debut, especially after his latest VFL performance, gathering 30 possessions, eight clearances and eight tackles.

Ruck duo Sam Naismith (two goals, 19 touches, eight marks and 17 hit-outs) and Samson Ryan (three goals, 10 touches and 16 hit-outs) were impressive and given the injuries to Tom Lynch and Noah Balta, will come into consideration.

Taylor Adams is all but set to debut for his third AFL club, leading from the front in the reserves.

The former Pie collected 21 disposals, 13 tackles, five clearances and four marks in a dominant display.

Jaiden Magor was just as good, gathering 26 possessions and seven marks while Peter Ladhams could be thought of as a back-up to Brodie Grundy.

Sandringham Zebras (115) def. Essendon (77)

Dropped small forward Lance Collard will once again be brought up at the selection table following his four-goal performance for the Zebras over the weekend.

Jack Hayes has made a successful comeback from an ACL injury, kicking two goals while youngsters Olli Hotton and Hugo Garcia aren't far away from debuts.

Elijah Tsatas was strong for the Bombers, playing predominantly midfield.

Lewis Hayesdebut could be on the agenda after an impressive performance down back while young gun Nate Caddy was injured in the contest.