After a year spoiled by COVID-19 and mandatory lockdowns, Wodonga RSL has welcomed a return to tradition.
Two-up is back with a vengeance and punters have filed into local RSLs across the country to honour the timeless Anzac Day activity.
There was a feeling of excitement throughout the club, with the Wodonga crowd chomping at the bit to get back to what they love along with some beers with their mates.
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Leigh McEvoy was the man in charge of the day's proceedings and said he was keen for his first time running the show.
"I think it's very exciting for everyone to be here, to be back into the swing of things," he said.
"The weather is good, we've got a few here so we're into it.
"This a good day to remember everyone and that's what we're here for, serving and former soldiers and the diggers.
"This is part of the history so it's nice to be back."
Club officials said they were pleased with the turnout.
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