Leeton's Whitton's much-improved back half of the season continued with a convincing win at Narrandera on Saturday.
Searching for their third win of the year, the Crows dominated from the outset and finished with ten goalkickers as the Eagle's top run of heavy losses continued.
The victory allowed Leeton-Whitton to leapfrog Narrandera on the ladder to seventh, Nathan Ryan leading the way with three goals.
The Crows experienced campaigners were dominant, with Ryan Grey, ruckman Mason Dryburgh and coach Sam Darley all among their best.
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Narrandera coach Jordan Hedington took his place in the side despite copping a shoulder knock which forced him from the field against Collingullie-Glenfield Park last week.
The Crows host Turvey Park next week, with the Bulldogs looking to bounce back from a costly loss to Collingullie-Glenfield Park and keep their finals hopes alive.
Leeton-Whitton 4.5 8.8 12.11 18.15 (123) def Narrandera 1.0 2.1 4.1 5.2 (32)
Goals: Leeton-Whitton - N. Ryan 3, D. Hillam 2, T. Rainbird 2, R. Grey 2, N. Tang 2, M. Dryburgh 2, A. Boulton 2, B. Wood, S. Darley, J. Doyle; Narrandera - I. Bunge, L. Mckay, J. Hedington, C. Irons, S. Gehringer
Best: Leeton-Whitton - R. Grey, M. Dryburgh, S. Darley, N. Tang, A. Crelley, N. Ryan; Narrandera - A. Durnan, J. Grinter, T. Metcalfe, L. Paterson, B. Grinter, C. Vearing