Wangaratta showed why it will remain a huge chance to defend its AWFA league and cup titles from 2019 after it outclassed Cobram 7-1 away from home on Sunday.
Devils' strikers Dan Kelly and Adam Burchell finished with hat tricks, while Roar coach Bill Puckett conceded an own goal in the first half.
Marc Startari gave Cobram some joy in the second half from the penalty spot.
Devils coach Daniel Vasilevski was happy with the result, but highlighted areas for improvement.
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"I'm disappointed that we conceded a penalty, but on a more positive note we had three players out there under the age of 16 who are excelling in the senior side," Vasilevski said.
"Cobram are in a rebuilding phase, and credit to Bill Puckett, they tried to play football but unfortunately lacked some experience.
"Our focus now is Albury City at home. Our goal is to get three wins out of three before the Easter break."
Myrtleford jagged the three points late at home to Twin City with Nagus Henry on target in the 85th minute.
Jake Miles scored for the Savoys in the first half but it was cancelled out by a goal to Twin City's Mat Hasler.
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