What a difference a week makes for Lavington.
The Panthers bounced back from a narrow loss to North Albury to open their account in Albury and District grade three pennant with a thrilling three-shot win away to Henty on Saturday.
Duncan Balloch's 28-22 salute over Kerry Boyle set up the 63-60 result, Max Scanlan played out an 18-all draw with Glenn Harrison, while Henty picked up one rink thanks to a 20-17 triumph for Peter Forck against Vic Moore.
North Albury is the only unbeaten side after two rounds thanks to its 58-45 victory at home to Culcairn.
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John Dawson's 25-13 win against Dave Trebley was key, with Duane Crow edging out Mat Hensel, 17-15.
The visitors picked up one point as Terry Hensel pipped Stephen Broad, 17-16.
Commercial continued its impressive start to the grade four season with an 80-41 thrashing of North Albury at home.
Lavington bounced back from a loss in round two to down Howlong, 72-59.
In grade five, North Albury made it three on the trot with a 69-46 salute over Commercial, Oaklands and Walla couldn't be separated at 56-apiece, while Henty cruised past Culcairn, 95-37.
Howlong beat Lavington by the barest of margins, 58-57, in grade six, Holbrook crushed Rand, 95-35, while North Albury were too good for Commercial, 69-41.
Grade seven saw Henty win big away to Urana, 86-39, while Howlong snared the points at Walla, 68-58.