Paterson River had a comfortable 30-16 win against Tea Gardens to remain unbeaten after two rounds of the Newcastle and Hunter Community Rugby League Northern Conference competition.
Dean Jones led the way with a hat-trick of tries and Mathew Garland kicked five from five conversions.
The Rivers share top spot with the other two unbeaten teams Maitland United and Hinton who accounted for Stroud (34-16) and Dungog (22-16) respectively.
Clarence Town hooker Phil Badior scored his 1500th point for the Cobras in their 46-22 win against Kaurah. Badior kicked five goals and Callan Gorman and James Foot both scored two tries.
Morpeth had a thrilling 24-22 victory against Aberglasslyn with four goals from four shots by Jay Smith proving the difference in their C-grade clash.
Abermain Hawks' Cody Dodd kicked a field goal to claim a 13-12 win against Budgewoi Bulldogs at Halekulani Oval to collect their first points of the season.
The Kearsley Crushers had a 30-37 loss to Raymond Terrace Magpies in a much improved performance after their opening round 64-0 trouncing by Mallubla.
East Maitland finally got to kick off their B-grade season with a 34-26 win against Kotara at King Edward Park on Saturday.
A dominant second-half by Woodberry Warriors saw them over-run Shortland 44-20 in A-grade
Shortland came out of the blocks firing with two tries and led 16-14 at half-time despite tries by Matt Howden, Keenan Allan and Josh Huntchinson.
The Warriors wrestled control in the first 20 minutes after the break to lead 28-20 and then stormed home with three late tries to win 44-20.
Keenan Allan and Josh Hutchinson crossed for doubles and Kyle Handford, Hayden Holding, Ben Rose colleced second-half tries. Handford also landed six from eight goals.
In Ladies League Tag A-grade, Shae Ross scored a hat-trick and Jess Cassidy scored a double and kicked three goals as Aberglasslyn maintained their dominance over arch-rivals University with a 30-4 win.
In LLT C-grade, Clarence Town had their first win when they defeated Windale 16-14 at Clarence Town.
Dungog and Shortland could not be separated with the game drawn at 10-all. Maitland United went down 4-18 to Stroud.