HUME league officials were delighted with the turnout to Sunday's match at Urana Road Oval with $16,780 being taken at the gate.
While the gate-takings were up by about $3500 on last season, the figure has been inflated with the entry fee being increased this year.
League president Brendan I'Anson said the minor semi-final day was a success.
"I thought it was fantastic," I'Anson said.
"It was well supported by the Albury supporters of the Hume league.
"I think it was helped by the quality of the two teams playing on the day as well.
"The surface was fantastic and playing a game away from Walbundrie is only going to help the ground out there as well over the next two weeks."
The league used Sunday's match as a trial with the competition to take feedback before making a decision on next year's finals fixture.
Meanwhile, the league will hold its Azzi medal count at the Henty Community Club on Wednesday night.