Brothers overcame a slow start to put a big score on Junee at Laurie Daley Oval on Sunday.
Scores were locked at 10-all midway through the second half before the Wagga side kicked into a different gear to take a 54-16 win.
Brayden Sharrock celebrated his 200th game in fine style as Brothers build towards finals.
However he admitted it was far from their finest performance.
"We played pretty ordinary to be honest," Sharrock said.
"It was pretty pleasing we still but 50 points on them but they are battling along.
"It is quite difficult to get up for a game like that - when they've got nothing to play for and it's cold and miserable - but it shows we've got some points in us."
Harold Kirby, Jordan Little, Dylan McLachlan and Ben Schreiber all scored doubles in the win.
Coach Peter Little didn't play due to a stomach bug but will return from the big clash with Southcity next Sunday.