Wangaratta charged out of the blocks in Ovens and Murray A1 pennant with a whopping 83-shot victory against Kiewa in the opening round on Saturday.
The home side won all four rinks to storm to a 139-56 triumph.
New recruit Adrian Pantling, who took Lavington to last year's Albury and District grade three decider, wasted no time settling in with his new club, skipping his rink to a 39-12 win against Robin Gallagher.
Greg McDonald's side were convincing 39-8 victors over Jude Bartel.
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Ian Brimblecombe's quartet produced a 35-17 result against Geoff Kidd, while Maurie Braden rounded out the whitewash with a 26-19 salute against Rob Bartel.
"Our new guys Adrian Pantling and Darryl Coventry (from Lavington), Craig Fruend and Ethan Fruend were all really good, which gives us a lot more depth," McDonald said.
"Ethan is only a 17-year-old kid and both him and his father only started playing for the first time last year.
"His wife Jodie plays in my rink and she's a very good bowler too."
On the other end of the scale, Yarrawonga recorded a thrilling six-shot victory against Corowa Civic at Yarrawonga.
Defending premiers Wodonga also started strongly with a 109-89 result on its home green against YMGCR in a replay of last year's grand final.
Benalla held off last season's A2 premiers Rutherglen by 15 shots, recording a hard-fought 106-91 win.