TUESDAY ladies pennant hit off in fine, sunny conditions at Albury Grasscourts yesterday.
The closest match in section 1 was between Team Rouvray and Team Wurtz, with Rouvray winning four sets, 34 games to two sets, 29 games.
Linda Jacobs, Chris Essex and Colleen Gallagher all contributed to the victory, with Leasa Brown a two-set winner for Wurtz.
On the second court, Sally Bulle and Helen Fuge remained unbeaten in Team Bulle’s straight forward defeat over Team Spencer.
In section 2, Team Van Der Vliet started and finished well against Team Sutton, four sets, 28 games to two sets, 26.
Leonie Hodges was a standout for Van Der Vliet, claiming a three-set haul, while Fiona Sutton was solid for her team.
A bright start was key for Team Mills in its hard fought four sets to two victory over Team Staughton.
Elizabeth Steirer finished the morning undefeated for the winners, with Tinks Urquhart in fine form for Staughton.
Team McNeil lost the first set but nothing more, running away comfortable victors against Team Van Der Stadt.
Marg Jacob and Skye Trescowthick were good all morning for McNeil, while Sandy Van de Stadt and Ros Frawley claimed the first set for their team.
Team Fletcher bookended their morning well against Team Tanner, saluting four sets to two in their section 3 match.
Vicki Fletcher, Pauline Johnston, Joy Lee and Julleen Cannon all played a role in the victory.
Team Dwerryhouse, with Paula Ross and June Kent on fire, were comfortable winners over Team Harris.
Team Dihood scored a comprehensive victory over Team Passalaqua in the final match.