The AWFA senior women's league title is Albury United's to lose after an emphatic 11-1 victory against nearest rival St Pats at Alexandra Park on Sunday.
United set up its eighth straight victory of the campaign with eight unanswered goals in the first half of the top of the table clash, which included five in the first 15 minutes.
Alannah Seary had a hat trick before the break, while Paula Mitchell and Molly Goldsworthy netted braces and Alicia Torcaso also hit the scoreboard.
Zarlie Goldsworthy made it 9-0 early in the second stanza.
Tess Spry got St Pats on the board moments later, but Lisa Cary bagged United's 10th when she tapped in a saved shot from Mitchell.
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A second for Zarlie later in the half made it 11-1 to move United 12 points clear on top at the halfway mark.
Patties' goalkeeper Victoria Lennon was kept busy throughout, but the margin would have been even greater if not for some quality saves.
Wangaratta, Albury Hotspurs and Boomers had byes.
The senior women's ladder after round 11 is: Albury United 30, St Pats 18, Wangaratta 16, Albury Hotspurs 16, Boomers 8.
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