Yarrawonga won its first game in seven weeks with a 41-point effort against North Albury.
The Pigeons had five weeks off over the interleague and COVID bye, so their previous win was over Corowa-Rutherglen on May 8.
Coach Mark Whiley racked up a stack of disposals and kicked two goals, to add to the two he booted against Lavington at Easter.
Lach Howe and Harry Haley landed three apiece, with the former joining Jordan Urquhart, Tyler Lovell and Jack Sexton in the home team's best in the 13.5 (83) to 6.6 (42) win.
North's best this season has been Jackson Weidemann and he kicked his first goals (two) since May 1, while Ethan Bakic also snared a double.
The duo featured, along with Clay Moscher-Thomas, Julian Hayes and Sam Azzi.
It's the second successive week North has posted its smallest defeat, topping the 48-point loss against Myrtleford.
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North is now home to Corowa-Rutherglen.
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