Corowa Civic kick started its Ovens and Murray A1 pennant campaign with an impressive 29-shot victory against YMGCR at Corowa on Saturday.
The 111-82 result was helped by the return of newly-crowned Australian Champion of Champion Singles winner Dawn Hayman.
Corowa Civic collected 17 points by winning three rinks and halving the other.
After making last year's A1 pennant grand final, YMGCR finds itself seventh on the ladder following two defeats to start the season.
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Wangaratta picked up from where it left off in round one with a 65-shot triumph away to Yarrawonga.
The home side only managed one rink as Wangaratta maintained top spot with a 128-63 win.
Benalla remained undefeated with a 97-75 victory at home against Kiewa.
Kiewa picked up one rink, but it wasn't enough to swing the overall result in its favour.
Reigning premiers Wodonga also made it two from two with a 22-shot salute at Rutherglen.
The hosts claimed two of the four rinks, but Wodonga's two winning sides won by greater margins to see the Bulldogs over the line.
The ladder after round two is: Wangaratta 34, Benalla 33, Wodonga 30, Corowa Civic 21, Yarrawonga 16, Rutherglen 5, YMGCR 3, Kiewa 2.
Next weekend sees Corowa Civic host the in-form Wangaratta, Kiewa and Rutherglen will be chasing their first wins of the season when they meet at Kiewa, Wodonga has a chance to make it three straight when it welcomes Yarrawonga, while Benalla hits the road to take on YMGCR.