Wodonga proved too strong in the big moments as East Albury were eased aside at Alexandra Park.
Chasing 148 for victory, the home side were right in the hunt at 1/61 with more than half of their overs remaining.
But the Bulldog bowlers turned the screw thereafter, captain Tom Johnson leading the charge with 5/25 as the Crows were dismissed for 129.
It's now three straight wins for Wodonga and Johnson was thrilled with their all-round display.
"East Albury's a dangerous team and in T20 cricket with their bowling and batting strengths, they can knock over anyone," he said.
"It was always a danger game here and we're just happy to take the win.
"It's always fast here and the pitch is always good.
"If they get going, it's never a safe game but I was happy to get 147 on the board, that's for sure."
Johnson and fellow opener Will Ashton both made 22 but it was veteran Bob Jackson who anchored the Wodonga innings with yet another classy knock to add to his collection.
Jackson looked imperious, scoring all around the wicket, with three fours and a six on his way to 41 off 33 balls.
But it was Wodonga's hard running between the wickets which really accelerated the scoring rate and forced a number of mis-fields.
They were always positive in their intent and it made the accumulation of runs look effortless.
Bryce Garvey added a quickfire 25 and Jack Gilbee blasted 30 off 14 deliveries to put the visitors in the box seat, with Gagan Singh (3-30) the pick of the Crows bowlers.
Singh returned to make a sizeable contribution with the bat, crafting a run-a-ball 42 while Matt Tom played patiently for his 28 at the other end.
But the pressure began to mount once Tom had holed out to Michael Grohmann and when Singh was clean bowled by Johnson, the game was up for East Albury.
Cameron Suidgeest returned figures of 3-26 and produced the highlight of the match with a quite magnificent diving one-handed catch to send Liam Fitzsimmons trudging off for a duck.
"I was really happy with how we bowled," Johnson said.
"Leo McGhee is one of the hardest bowlers to get away and the spinners did their job.
"We've got a reliable bowling attack which can get us out of trouble whenever we need it.
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"Cameron just stuck his right hand out and took a nice catch.
"The hardest thing when it comes to cricket at this level is you have to be the best fielding team and that's what we're striving to be.
"As long as that can happen, it should be fine.
"It's always nice (to win your first three) but there's always next week and you're never a sure thing."
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