Leeton-Whitton made it three wins from their last four outings with a dominant 57-point victory over Narrandera on Saturday.
The Crows got right on top from the outset and were never headed on their way to a 13.10 (88) to 4.7 (31) win at Leeton Showground.
Daniel Muir bagged five goals, while young guns Sam Hopper and Riley Dunn were impressive as Leeton-Whitton kept themselves in fifth with an impressive win.
Sidelined coach Jade Hodge was happy with what his team produced.
“The boys played pretty good footy,” Hodge said.
“There are still areas we want to improve on but for the majority we played a really good brand, which I was pleased with.”
The only sour note was a concussion to Bailey Wood as a result of a Matt Renet sling tackle, for which he was reported and yellow carded.
Aside from Muir, Hopper and Dunn, the Crows had a good spread of contributors. Will Wakeman, Matt Rainbird and Bryce O’Garey all made their presence felt.
Jarred Lane was Narrandera’s best, while Damian Williams performed an important role on a disappointing day for the Eagles.