WODONGA MCTA’s winning roll has continued with two convincing wins on day two at the Wodonga Tennis Centre yesterday.
But star player Jade Culph believes the A grade men’s side could face its toughest test this morning when it takes on Mud Island which also has also conquered all challengers.
Wodonga MCTA blitzed Swan Hill Swans and Strathewen Bushrangers 4-0 yesterday with Mark Shanahan, Culph, Brandon Vescio and Cameron Meagher in menacing form.
“It was a good day for us,” Culph said.
“We played fairly well.
“Tomorrow will be a good test with Mud Island first up. They are looking sharp.”
In women’s A grade, Wodonga-Sunnyside faces crunch matches after going down to Tandara and Swan Hill yesterday.
It started with a six-game loss to reigning champion Tandara with Linda Jacobs, Danielle Sands, Robyn Calder and Orisha Butkowski dogged in defeat.
The team then lost to Swan Hill 3-1.
Wodonga Sunnyside will play Cobram this morning in what shapes as a crunch match as the Border side attempts to make tomorrow afternoon’s semi-finals.
More than 1000 players have been playing at the Wodonga Tennis Centre and Kelly Park for the past two days with administrator Pat Gilchrist saying the series had been running smoothly.
The finals are scheduled for Friday.