Tathra are still hunting to reclaim first place, while Bega-Angledale were gifted a day off over the weekend.
The Sea Eagles had a wild, but easy run to victory after they closed out Wolumla’s innings for just 73 on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Bulls were handed a forfeit from the Mallacoota Club to be gifted the points and a round off.
However, the club will be seeking critical time on the field with just two rounds to play before the holiday break.
In the Tathra game, Wolumla held out for 23 overs, while the Sea Eagles took just 16 to chase down the score in a game that closer resembled a T20 than a 40-over one day clash.
Despite the low score, Wolumla were able to make Tathra work for the competition points, taking a bag of quick wickets.
Craig Nicholson top-scored with 25, while Tynan Taylor and Quinn Fletcher-Barrie were both returned cheaply.
Chris Dwyer added 17 before two more cheap wickets wrapped up play.