Just four Ovens and Murray clubs battled through some of the toughest playing conditions we've seen this season.
Wangaratta Rovers got over the line against Wodonga in football action, while last year's grand finalists Albury snagged victory against Yarrawonga in a thrilling netball game.
Chiltern's Rick Whitehead put on a show in the Swan's surprise win against flag favourites Thurgoona, while Billabong Crows swooped in on the Giants out on the netball court.
AWFA ladder leaders St Pats and Wangaratta City held onto their positions both claiming wins, while Albury Thunder are looking good heading into finals.
FOR THE DETAILS:
- Albury's season still alive after comeback win over Yarrawonga
- FOOTY SCOREBOARD: All the scores from the O&M and district leagues
- Another Rovers' under 18 premiership player announces arrival
- Chiltern has stunned raging flag favourite Thurgoona
- Albury adds another piece to puzzle with strong last term
- Holbrook snatch thrilling draw to remain alive in finals race
- League heavyweights march into finals with commanding victories
- Barnawartha claim prized double chance in finals race
- Billabong Crows hold onto second spot after win against Rand-Walbundrie-Walla
- Shell-shocked Steamers sneak into finals despite loss to Waratahs
- Wodonga Saints narrowly miss upset netball win over Rutherglen
- Albury-Wodonga Spitfires out of finals hunt following loss to Old Canberrans
- Rovers must beat Wangaratta to play finals after small win
- Billabong Crows boost finals hopes with gritty win over Giants
- Alicia Torcaso scores three for Albury United in win against Albury City
- Albury Thunder books elimination final berth after Young win
- Wangaratta City take down Myrtleford with just one goal scored
- St Pats serve up four goals in win against Boomers
- Magpies put forward a dominant display against Falcons