Four-time champion of the V8 Superboats unlimited division, Phonsy Mullan, has taken out the round three race at Lake Wyangan over the weekend.
The Griffith circuit is around the longest serving track in the history of the competition and was home to some hot competition.
Mullan saw off a tough contest from current 2017 points leader Tremayne Jukes to score a five tenths of a second win.
Ted Sygidus, who was a further two seconds back in third, had a tough battle for a place in the final three shootout.
However he was able to overcome South Australian Michael Carroll by just over three-tenths of a second to book his place.
Mullan led the race from start to finish having set the fastest time in qualifying over Jukes by just under a second.
In the 400-class the race was taken out by Griffith rookie Paul Kelly.
He was able to take out the contest from Daniel James.
Kelly finished clear by a margin of 2.2 seconds.
Justin Roylance fought hard with James for second place.
He finished a further two-tenths of a second to take the final podium position.
In the LS-class Ivan Safranek has secured victory.
It helped to extend his points lead a the top of the championship on his first trip to the Lake Wyangan track.