Wodonga's division one men's hockey team now the form side of Hockey Albury-Wodonga competition

TRAP: Wodonga's Imogen Albon takes control of the ball this season.

TRAP: Wodonga's Imogen Albon takes control of the ball this season.

After a horror start to the season, Wodonga has taken hold of the Hockey Albury-Wodonga divison one men’s competition.

The Bulldogs outclassed ladder leaders Magpies 4-2 last weekend, issuing a sound warning to the rest of the competition.

An inconsistent CR United outfit awaits the hungry Wodonga side this weekend, off the back of a hard-fought 3-3 draw with Norths.

In the remaining men’s clashes, Magpies will look to bounce back with a win over Falcons, while Wombats and Norths will be out to break their mid-table deadlock of eight points when they meet on Sunday.

Wodonga and CR United also find themselves tied on eight points in the women’s competition, with the winner to move towards the top end of the table.

Wombats and Norths will meet in the other women’s fixture this weekend, while the clash between Magpies and Falcons has been postponed until May 31.