Albury remains on top of the ladder in section one men's pennant heading into the break after downing Thurgoona Flamingos four sets to two.
Ben Tari was the standout claiming three sets for the day.
St Patrick's Hilfiger defeated Wodonga Bulldogs five sets to one, with Brock Dixon and Lewis Ahern claiming all three sets.
The closest match of the round in section two men's was between East Albury Diggers and Wodonga Raiders, with Mick Shiel, Gary Graetz, Ross Graetz and Ken Reid coming out on top.
Thurgoona Sharks defeated Albury Gold four sets to two, with Jason Lowe undefeated for Thurgoona.
Wodonga Bushrangers overcame St Patrick's Black, with Mark Neil and Anthony Whitehead winning their three sets for the Bushrangers.
Forrest Hill Galahs defeated Albury Blue five sets to one, with Ken Wurtz and Paul Frankel claiming three sets.
In section three men's pennant, Wodonga Pirates overcame Wodonga Eagles, with Leigh Gadd and Sam Paton victorious.
Forrest Hill Blues defeated Wodonga Knights, with Michael Pope starring.
St Patrick's White brought home a convincing win against Albury Swans to claim all six sets.
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Thurgoona Bears overcame Thurgoona Wolves, with Simon O'Kell and Jason Woodhouse dominating.
In section four and five mixed pennant, St Patrick's Aqua defeated club rivals St Patrick's Gold, with Will Melville and Noah Edmunds winning all sets for Aqua.
A close match was contested between St Patrick's Green and Wodonga Bears, with the former edging in front by six games.
Travis and Charlotte Rodd aided the victors to claim all of their sets.
Georgie Larson helped Albury Hawks to a win against Forrest Hill Swans.
In section one ladies pennant, Wodonga Larrikins Kendall Oates, Kara Curphy, Sandra Allen and Rhonda Wilson were too strong for Lavington Red, claiming all sets for the day.
Walla Walla Toots Walker, Maree Seidel, Sharmey Ley and Diana Wegener were too strong for Lavington Purple winning all six sets.
In section two, Wodonga Aces overcame clubmates Wodonga Diamonds five sets to one, with Jody Anderson winning all three sets.
St Patrick's Blue defeated their club rivals, with Indi Paton and Nicole McCurdy not dropping a set.
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