Albury United continued on its merry way in the race for the Albury-Wodonga Football Association senior women's league title with a comprehensive 6-0 victory against reigning champions St Pats at Jelbart Park on Sunday.
The undefeated Greens raced to a 5-0 lead at half-time and added one more in the second stanza to record another dominant win.
Allanah Seary finished with a hat trick, Molly Goldsworthy netted a brace and St Pats also conceded an own goal.
Meanwhile, Wangaratta proved too strong for Albury Hotspurs in the weekend's other game at La Trobe, winning 4-1.
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The Red Devils took full advantage early of a flat Hotspurs outfit to lead 3-0 at the break and maintained control of the game to move to outright second, but are still 16 points off the pace of United.
Ruby Foottit made a strong return to the side with a hat trick, while co-coach Amy Fuller added another one.
Elisha Wild was on target for Spurs.
Boomers had the bye.
The women's ladder after 13 rounds is: Albury United 39, Wangaratta 23, Albury Hotspurs 20, St Pats 18, Boomers 17.
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