In Ovens and Murray football news, Wangaratta Rovers' co-captain Shane Gatson was dropped on Saturday with coach Darren Creswell putting it down to performance "not where it needed to be".
The Albury Wodonga Bandits took a step in the right direction on Saturday night with a win at home against Eltham.
In one of the largest winning margins ever, former CDHBU coach Damian Payne kicked 24 goals in Stanhope's 401-point win over Ardmona.
In Ovens and Murray netball action, Lavington have moved to top spot after a dominating win over Wangaratta Rovers, only in front of Corowa-Rutherglen by percentage after their first loss to Wangaratta Magpies.
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- FOOTY SCOREBOARD: All the scores from the O&M and district leagues
- Rising star Tess Palubiski scores four in victory for CR United
- Albury United edges past Boomers in costly clash for both sides
- New signing helps deliver Wangaratta victory against Twin City
- Albury Thunder seal 26-12 win over Temora with late burst
- Chance missed for Albury-Wodonga Steamers against Griffith
- Missed opportunity for Albury-Wodonga Bandits against Eltham
- Bandits still shooting for finals after win against Eltham
- St Pats dig deep to record gutsy road victory against Wangaratta
- Spitfire women fall twice to Central, men move back into top-four
- Wangaratta Rovers' co-captain Shane Gaston dropped to reserves
- Wangaratta secure upset victory against Corowa-Rutherglen
- Former CDHBU coach Damian Payne kicks 24 goals in Stanhope's 401-point win
- Lavington make their move to the top with percentage lead
- Bullioh warm up for heavyweight clash with 193-point hiding of Tumbarumba
- Murray Bushrangers charge home but fall just short against Eastern Ranges
- Murray United further outside top-six after loss to Langwarrin
- Border shooter James Willett captures world championship gold
- Lions secure win against Osborne to remain in finals mix
- The Panthers power hands Hawks their biggest loss, by 86 points
- Henty remain finals bound after shrugging off Holbrook challenge
- Saints win yet another ripper, this game against Pigeons
- Tigers remain top-two chance after thumping Culcairn
- Visitors clock up fourth straight win in battle against Roos
- Tigers go bang in final quarter, kicking 11 goals, to belt North
- Raiders produce year's best display in second half against 'Dogs
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