Sharks managed a narrow escape to overcome Albury Tigers by one goal in A-grade men's Ovens and Murray water polo on Sunday.
Sharks' Shannon Gould and Tigers' Jimmy Scannell went head-to-head as they both secured four goals for their sides in the nail-biter.
Young gun Will Gould rose to the challenge in both attack and defence in the water.
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In the other men's clash, Pool Pirates accounted for Northside Stingrays by two points, 7-5.
Two goals from Will Murphy helped set up the Pool Pirates for success, while Matt O'Connell proved to be a threat.
Trent Remington was the standout for Northside, while Steve Sloan continued his strong form in goals for Pirates.
In the women's A-grade competition, a six goal haul from Leah Dodd saw Sharks swim away with the points against Pool Pirates, 9-5.
Brooke Dickie and Jodie Millett were also goal scorers for the victors in the clash.
Sam O'Connell was the best in the pool for the Pirates and was well supported in defence by Sarah O'Brien.
Pirates were without scorer Annie Lefoe.