It was a weekend full of high scoring action in the Orange and District Football Association competition.
Waratah United took on club rival Waratah Athletic for the showcase event up at the sports ground on Saturday in the A/B grade competition.
Both teams were coming into the match after a week off, but it was United who ended Athletic's unbeaten streak with a 2-0 victory.
Over at Jack Brabham, Kinross's bad run of form continued as they fell 2-0 to Saints FC.
The other crop of students in CSU had a better time of things, as they pulled out a 3-3 draw against Barnies Beyond Blue.
Barnies United had better luck when they travelled down to face Blayney B. The away side couldn't be stopped as they took the easy 9-2 victory.
Speaking of away trips, Millthorpe had the displeasure of travelling to Cowra for a match against the Eagles.
The trip wasn't worth it as they too fell 2-0.
Finally, Waratah Wolfpack hosted CYMS on the Friday night. Despite the cold conditions, CYMS proved why they are in scorching form as they took care of business 6-2.
The next round for A/B grade will feature two Friday night games, both starting at 6.30pm.
The first will be a derby at the Sports Ground between Waratah Wolfpack and Waratah United, with the other taking place at Jack Brabham between Saints FC and CSU.
Down in C grade, the goal-fest continued with not one team managing to keep a clean sheet.
In another Friday night showdown Barnies YADS hosted Ex-Services at Jack Brabham.
YADS' up and down year continued as they fell in a close 2-1 match.
Travelling to Cowra with their first grade counterparts, Millthorpe had a better run of it in C grade as they came away with the 3-2 win.
Barnies 16s once again showed their firepower in front of goal as they won over CYMS - WSBG 5-3.
The final two matches in the week had the points shared, with Barnies UTD and Waratahs O35s playing out a 2-2 draw, while Blayney C and Canobolas C finished 1-1.
Only one result was available in the 4th division, with Waratah FC losing to Waratah women 4-3 at the Sports Ground.
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