CR United's 2-1 division one women's victory against Wombats-Beechworth at Albury Hockey Centre on Sunday had a family link.
Kylie Heagney and daughter, Bella, lined up in the top side, with Bella scoring in the thrilling 2-1 win.
Amy Hollister also found the back of the net, while Evie Nelson got on the board for Wombats-Beechworth.
Wodonga avenged last year's grand final defeat, beating Falcons 4-2.
Hayley Hart finished with a double for the Bulldogs, with Rylee Pontt and Stephanie Summer also got in on the act.
Kate Bardy and Jess Madden were among the best players on the field for Falcons.
Spitfires stars Sharakena O'Halloran and Riley Sutherland scored goals in Magpies' 2-2 draw against Norths.
Sherren Rahaley and Jess Hooper were on target for Norths.
In division one men, Magpies turned the tables on Norths in a replay of last year's grand final - capturing a 5-1 victory.
Noah Erdeljac, Joe Forster, Jeremy Maggs, Brandon McMillan and Tas Kearney got on the score sheet for Magpies, while Jeremy Payne was the lone scorer for an undermanned Norths outfit.
Tim Jones was sublime in CR United's 5-0 whitewash of Wombats.
The reigning Spitfires best and fairest finished with four goals, while Sam Quick got the other.
Wodonga rounded out a strong weekend with a 5-2 salute against Falcons.
Josh Pritchard was the difference between the sides with a hat trick, while Mark Chandler and Mark McQuilton also chimed in.
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