The closest match from Saturday’s round of pennant was the section four clash between Lavington Dragons and Lavington Phoenix, with the former home by one game in a tense battle.
Daniel Sobolewski, Molly Dove and Taylin Fell did the bulk of their good work early, holding out a strong finish from Phoenix.
Lucas Karthauser, Jack Dove and William Phillips also contributed to the fine contest.
Elsewhere, SPD Gold got over the line against Wodonga Lions, while Albury Green and Wodonga Bears were comfortable winners over SPD Green and Scots Gold.
A classy doubles victory by Nick Vicary and Graham Wurtz gave Forest Hill Blues a narrow three-game triumph over club mates Galahs in section one men.
Mal Lieschke lent strong support, while Matthew Paull, Ephraim Mitchell and Cam Scholz fought hard for Galahs.
Brock Dixon was unbeaten in SPD Hilfiger’s defeat of Wangaratta, with Jade Culph outstanding in SPD Chill’s salute over Forest Hill Cats.
In the ladies, Lynda Davis and Tricia Baldwin steered Thurgoona Jade to a two-game victory over Wodonga Diamonds.
Sally Bulle was the standout in Forest Hill’s 4-2 defeat of Wodonga Dodgers.
The remaining match saw a red-hot Sandra Allen lead Wodonga Larrikins to a 4-2 win over Wodonga Tigers.
Three sets from Peter Murphy was pivotal in Forest Hill Blues’ seven-game win over SPD Yellow in section two.
Ben Lynch, James Starr and Matt Morrow chimed in, with Tom Grigg and Tom Harrington two-set winners for Yellow.
Wodonga Bushrangers, led by a three-set haul from Justin Mocellin, accounted for Sacred Heart Green.
Terry McLean starred in Wodonga Raiders’ win over Sacred Heart Gold.
An unbeaten Matthew Graham, supported by Connor Bradbury, Matthew Vogel and Shayne Mumberson, saw SPD Black take down Forest Hill Diggers.
Albury had all the answers against Thurgoona Sharks.
In the ladies, Dionne Hartley, Kerry Grigg, Michelle Sutcliffe and Shellie Graham claimed the final two rubbers to secure a two-game victory over Uiver Park.
Wodonga Rosellas defeated Forest Hill, with Wodonga Doves completely in control over SPD Gold.
Albury Gold lost two tight sets against Wodonga Pirates before shifting into gear in the best of section three, while Thurgoona Bears posted a nine-game victory against Forest Hill Saints.
Albury Blue had the points after four sets against Forest Hill Blues, Wodonga Eagles were never troubled by Glenly Gold, with SPD Tigers likewise over club mates Blues.
In section five, Scots Aqua beat SPD Blue, 4-2.
Albury Gold, Albury Blue and Forest Hill Galahs all had one-sided victories.
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