Group Nine made light work of Group 20 in the annual Kelly Cup clash.
Group Nine haven't been beaten since the concept was changed to under 23s and never looked to doing so despite poor on Saturday.
Dust, wind and then rain lashed Nixon Park, but it didn't stop Group Nine from scoring a massive 58-12 win.
They scored nine tries to two against a Group 20 outfit plagued by withdrawals, including three on game day.
Group Nine dictated terms through the forward pack with Zac Masters, Haydn Cowled and Royce Tout leading the way.
Coach Luke Berkrey was pleased with the performance, especially with how they handled the less than ideal conditions.
"The boys played really well as a team and the longer the game went on the better they got," Berkrey said.
"It was pretty windy and the second half we ran into it but still got better as the game went on so the boys went really good."
Berkrey was also impressed with the influence Young playmaker Jesse Corcoran had on the game after a quiet season for the 'Pickers.
"The forwards went well and set a good platform and the backs scored some good tries," Berkrey said.
"The halves, especially Jesse Corcoran I thought went really well.
"We scored some nice tries in the end."
Gundagai fullback Mathew Lyons crossed for a double but was the only multiple scorer with nine individual tryscorers.
Group Nine took a 22-6 lead into the break before really accelerating away with a lot of long range tries.
GROUP NINE 58 (Mathew Lyons 2, Jordan Little, Jock Ward, Eddie Jackson, Jesse Corcoran, Zac Masters, Hamish Starr, Jeremy Wiscombe, Liam Wiscombe tries Jesse Corcoran 9 goals) d GROUP 20 12 (Ty Fletcher, Stanley Herman tries; Kody Collins 2 goals)