Albury Tigers put 20 goals past the Pool Pirates in a stunning display at WAVES.
Thomas Duck helped himself to six as the Tigers underlined their dominance in the Ovens and Murray A-grade men's competition.
There were three each for Lachlan Dowding, Zac Williams and Ben Land, with Josh Fagan and Josh Land netting twice and Jack Blomeley completing the rout.
Owen Peverell, Nash Clark, Charlie Murphy and William Murphy were on the scoresheet for Pirates, who were simply outclassed.
It was a closer game between Northside and Sharks, with Elih and Tyson Mutsch again proving the difference.
Elih's three goals and two for Tyson helped Northside prevail 9-5, with Rex Gallaher and Callum Bruce also finding the net.
Shannon Gould led the way for Sharks with two goals while there were once each for Ben Douglass, Deacon Hogan and Joshua Gould.
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In the women's section, seven goals from Leah Dodd helped Sharks to a big win over Northside/Wodonga.
Dodd's haul included four goals in the third quarter as Sharks overwhelmed their opponents 12-1.
Jodie Millett netted twice and there were also goals for Bella Gogoll, Cienna Twyford and Brooke Dickie.
The only goal for Northside/Wodonga was scored by Ally Christie.
In the other women's game, Pool Pirates were determined not to be outdone as they cruised to a 12-3 win over Albury Tigers.
Chelsea Isaac (five) and Tegan Miles (four) did most of the damage, scoring nine of the Pirates goals between them in another one-sided clash.
There were two goals for Georgia Polkinghorne and one for Ryleigh Hogan, with Kira Dawson (two) and Lucy McInnes replying for Albury.
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