The AWFA senior women's league title race has heated up with six games left to play after Wangaratta claimed a 1-0 victory against leaders Albury United at Jelbart Park on Sunday.
Leanne Branson's first-half goal was all that separated the two sides.
The Red Devils and Greens were very evenly-matched throughout the contest and created chances to win the game.
Branson was rewarded after an excellent individual effort.
The Englishwoman took on two players and fired into the bottom corner.
It was Wangaratta's first win against the Greens this season after near misses in two of the three previous meetings.
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Albury City got back on the winner's list with an impressive 3-1 triumph against Boomers at Jelbart Park.
Bridget McDiarmid finished with a brace, while Bree Sredojevic also got on the board for City.
Lauren Antonello scored for Boomers to keep them in it at 2-1 at half-time.
The remaining game of the round sees Melrose take on the in-form St Pats under lights at Willow Park on Wednesday.
Both sides enter the clash on the back of wins last time out against Albury City and Wangaratta, respectively.
Patties have a chance to move within four points of top spot in the league with victory.
The senior women's ladder after round 16 is: Albury United 38, St Pats 31*, Wangaratta 31, Albury City 27, Melrose 16*, Boomers 13.
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