North Albury and East Albury were the big winners from the final T20 rounds in Cricket Albury-Wodonga provincial on Saturday.
The pair was the only teams to win both games, although St Patrick's was also unbeaten after it had the bye.
North edged out Corowa by a wicket after hammering Wodonga Raiders.
The visitors were skittled for 60 as Cal Langlands (3-3) joined the Patties' Kori Stevenson as the leading wicket-taker with 14.
The Crows, meantime, toppled Belvoir and New City.
Belvoir compiled 8-102, with Gagan Singh snaring 4-13.
He then top-scored with 24 from 14 balls, including five boundaries, in the six-wicket win.
In a positive sign for the league, wooden spooners New City posted a strong total of 8-144 as leg-spinner Coby Fitzsimmons claimed 4-20.
The Phoenix was able to take the match to the last over, but opener Matt Tom's 57 not out torpedoed the upset.
Albury lost its unbeaten run after falling to Lavington (see story right), while four clubs split their matches.
Corowa was one of those, but it had to fight to edge out New City.
Opener Matt Wilson struck an unbeaten half-century in 4-113, with the Phoenix compiling 4-110.
And in the inaugural Mental Wellness match between Wodonga and Belvoir, the latter gained a much-needed win.
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