Myrtleford is the only team with maximum points after three rounds of the Albury-Wodonga Football Association senior men's season.
The Savoys had a comfortable 4-0 victory against Wodonga Diamonds yesterday to keep their perfect start alive.
Nathan Mirt and Nagus Henry were on target in the first half to give Myrtleford a 2-0 lead, before Connor Caponecchia made it 3-0 early in the second stanza from the penalty spot.
Henry netted a second 15 minutes from full-time as the Savoys cruised to victory.
St Pats continued its superb start to 2021 with a 3-2 win away to Cobram.
They now sit on seven points from three games which is the same as the total they finished the entire 2019 season on.
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Boomers recorded its first win of the season with a 4-2 triumph over Twin City at Glen Park.
Kye Halloway put Boomers ahead in the first minute and Noah Spiteri made it two, before Mat Hasler pulled one back for the visitors midway through the half.
Another to Halloway and Pieter Noordewier's first goal of the season made it 4-1 Boomers early in the second half, and, despite a quick reply for the Wanderers through Sam Murray, they were unable to close the gap.
The ladder after round three is Myrtleford 9, Albury City 7, St Pats 7, Boomers 7, Albury United 6, Wangaratta 6, Albury Hotspurs 4, Twin City 3, Melrose 3, Cobram 0, Wodonga Diamonds 0.
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