Wodonga has sent Belvoir tumbling three spots down the ladder after scoring its second win over the fierce rival.
Eagles’ wicketkeeper-batsman Nat Sariman exploded after a quiet start to the season, posting 85 from 126 balls, with nine boundaries.
The home team finished with a competitive 207, but Wodonga’s classy line-up cruised past, scoring 4-208 from 40.5 overs.
James Tonkin compiled 66 with a six and nine fours.
The visitors were missing boom batsmen Robbie Jackson and Jack Craig, with the Eagles falling to eighth.
Lavington’s batting also dominated North Albury.
Nathan Brown blasted 106 from 114 balls, including four sixes and six boundaries.
He combined in a 189-run stand with Matt Tom, who was cruelly dismissed for 99.
The Panthers destroyed North for just 112.
Elsewhere, Tallangatta’s Dilhara Lokuhettige scored 80 in toppling Albury, while East Albury beat Raiders.
The top two – Lavington and Wodonga – play Saturday.