Wangaratta Magpies proved they've still got the winning edge this season after a 14-goal win against Albury on Saturday.
Last year's premiers got the jump on the Tigers in the first term and continued to hold the lead for the remainder of the game at the Albury Sports Ground.
Magpies shooter Amanda Umanski posted 28 goals for the visitors, while Isabelle Byrne worked tirelessly in the midcourt.
It was also a big game for Albury goal shooter Jessica Fisher-Curnow, who maintained her shooting accuracy at an incredible 91 percent for the game.
She was joined by defender Justine Willis as the best for the home side.
In other Ovens and Murray netball games during the weekend, it was a thriller between Lavington and Yarrawonga at the Lavington Sports Ground.
The Pigeons had the lead in the first half, but the Panthers held on to steal the game by two goals and keep their undefeated season intact.
It marked Laura Irvine's 150th A-grade game for Yarrawonga, with the star centre earning a best on court performance in the milestone game.
Maddi Lloyd was a standout for the home side, as well as shooter Sarah Senini, who racked up 27 goals in the win.
The Wodonga Raiders claimed their third win of the season against the Wangaratta Rovers, 44-36 in Wangaratta.
Shooter Shaylah House put up another good display in goals, while Mikaela Cose and Briony Simpson were the best for the Rovers at either ends of the court.
In the North Albury and Wodonga game at Martin Park, a 41 goal haul from Mia Duryea helped North Albury over the line by 14 goals.
The close of the first quarter had both teams tied on 13 points, but the Hoppers got the lead in the second quarter and held on for the win.
Kirby Hilton and Tayla Vogel were the best for North Albury through the midcourt, while it was a strong effort from Maddie McFarland and Laura Collins for the Bulldogs.
And over in Myrtleford, Corowa Rutherglen continued their strong winning form this season, defeating the Saints 70-34.
Jess Bice was named one of the best for the visitors for her efforts in the ring, while fellow shooter Grace Senior racked up an enormous 59 goals in the win.
Saige Broz led the way for the Saints in the midcourt, while Emma Botter had a good game in goals.
The Ovens and Murray league will now have a bye round as the interleague squad prepares to face the Mornington Peninsula league for a game next weekend.
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