Wangaratta rubber-stamped its outstanding home and away season in Ovens and Murray A1 pennant with a final round drubbing of Benalla at home on Saturday.
The runaway minor premiers claimed a 115-71 victory to finish 32 points clear at the top of the table.
Ian Brimblecombe was a 38-21 winner against Sam Beaton, Adrian Pantling defeated Chris Randell, 29-15, Maurie Braden saw off Kyle Pugh, 29-16, while Greg McDonald played out a 19-all draw with Chris Cooney for Wangaratta to collect 17 points.
Wodonga finished well clear in second spot following a hard-fought 89-82 result against Kiewa on its home green.
The rinks were split at two apiece, with Mason Bayliss' side setting up the win for Wodonga with a 34-16 salute against Ralph Fair.
Paul Davies was a 26-14 victor over Jude Bartel, but Kiewa picked up the remaining points with Rob Bartel downing world champion Kylie Whitehead, 28-15, and Robin Gallagher toppling Josh Rudd, 24-14.
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Corowa Civic leapfrogged Benalla into third spot with a 110-85 result away to Rutherglen.
Australian representative Dawn Hayman's 38-14 win against Ian Baskett was the difference, Peter Thelan defeated Chris Langdon, 26-20, Thomas Webb edged out Sam Widdup, 24-22, while Ross Rankin claimed Rutherglen's only points with a 29-22 salute over Adrian Hill.
YMGCR finished narrowly outside the finals mixed but finished the year on a high with a 114-64 thrashing of Yarrawonga.
Anne Miles' 38-4 rout of Robert Tait done the damage, James Lefevre took down Kevin Evans, 27-17, Ray Irvine snuck past Neil Hocking 29-26, while Garry Sanders completed with clean sweep with a 20-17 win against Roger McKenzie.
After earning promotion last season, Rutherglen will be relegated back to A2 as the bottom placed side in the competition.
Corowa RSL will start favourites for the second straight year in the A2 finals series after completing an undefeated season as they look to jump back into A1.
The final A1 ladder is: Wangaratta 198, Wodonga 166, Corowa Civic 144, Benalla 138, YMGCR 123, Kiewa 84, Yarrawonga 80, Rutherglen 75.
Wangaratta will face Wodonga in the qualifying final next weekend, while Corowa Civic and Benalla are in the elimination final.