IN TYPICAL winter weather, both the Greens and Yanco-Wamoon eventually reeled in victories on their homes grounds on Sunday afternoon.
Leeton hosted the Yenda Blueheelers in what was a grudge match of sorts as the Greens looked to overturn their round one loss.
They were able to do so, picking up a solid 34-14 victory on the day.
Leeton have been looking to build momentum in the past couple of weeks and have certainly been able to do so in recent matches.
Hayden Philp again led the way for the Greens, picking up two tries, with Ty Fletcher also bagging his own double.
Adam Twigg and Josh Fisher picked up one apiece.
The Greens were able to get away to a good start early on in the first half and were up 6-0.
From there they were able to steadily pile the points on.
The win means they have been able to continue their bid to work their way towards a top three spot on the first grade ladder.
They are currently sitting fourth as they now look to their next big challenge this weekend against the second-placed West Wyalong at Ron Crowe Oval.
Meanwhile, Yanco-Wamoon hosted Tullibigeal Lakes United on Sunday afternoon.
The Hawks took a while to warm up during the match and were down 12-10 at half-time to the Sharks who are yet to win a game this season.
It seemed a half-time talking to did the trick as Yanco-Wamoon left the sheds looking more determined.
The second half was when the try line was found more often by the Hawks as they eventually ran out 32-16 winners on the day.
It was the first win for Yanco-Wamoon since round nine when they defeated the Greens in the local derby.
Following that match, the Hawks went down to Waratah Tigers and Darlington Point-Coleambally before a week off thanks to the club bye.
They remain in third position on the first grade ladder and will again be tested this weekend when they travel to take on Hay, a side that has not only improved this season, but defeated some of the top teams.
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