Albury United reclaimed top spot in the Albury-Wodonga Football Association with a 6-0 thrashing of St Pats on Sunday.
The postponement of Wangaratta's clash with Twin City gave the Greens an opportunity to chase down their rivals and they took full advantage.
Both sides now sit on 24 points and have an identical goal-difference of +30 but United have scored four more goals.
Wangaratta, though, have a game in hand.
Boomers are up to fourth after they beat Melrose 3-0 at Glen Park.
Early goals from Jack Drummond and Adam Griffith put the home side in control and it was game over when Noah Spiteri scored straight after half-time.
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Elsewhere, Kristian Hopwood went from hero to villain as Albury Hotspurs claimed a 1-0 win at home to Wodonga Diamonds.
Hopwood's penalty, in the 52nd minute, settled the contest but he was sent off in the dying stages after picking up a second yellow card for dissent.
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