CAMERON Meagher was outstanding in Wodonga Bulldogs’ loss to Wangaratta in Albury Tennis Association section one pennant.
Although the Bulldogs lost by six games, Meagher more than held his own against strong opposition.
Sam Allen and Daniel Smith recorded strong singles victories for Wangaratta.
Mark Shanahan gave little away in SPD Chill’s salute over club mates Hilfiger.
Lewis Ahern and Rory Parnell chimed in with Zac Burhop solid for the losers.
Three sets from Matthew Paull was key in Forrest Hill Blues’ hard-fought victory over Forrest Hill Cats with support from Scott Stoll and Ken Wurtz.
In the ladies, Wodonga Diamonds had the better of the close sets in their victory over Wodonga Dodgers while Forrest Hill and Wodonga Larrikins completely outplayed their opponents.
In section two men, Brett Robertson and Sam Ebert put together a fine last stanza to give Wodonga Raiders a four game triumph over Forrest Hill Diggers.
Three dominant sets by Michael Cheshire set up Sacred Heart Gold’s six game defeat of Wodonga Bushrangers.
Wayne Cheshire, Graham McAuliffe and Jack Penny were serviceable with John McVean in great touch for Wodonga.
Rob Cabion enjoyed a big day out in Albury’s 5 sets to 3 victory over Forrest Hill Blues.
Sacred Heart Green cruised comfortably over Thurgoona Sharks and Forrest Hill Wombats likewise over SPD Yellow.
In the ladies, SPD Gold dropped the first but then rattled away with the next four sets against Glenly.
Jordyn Hopkins, Kealey Moore, Ash Moore and Cath Moore produced a solid team effort with Sue Carlin best for Glenly.
Tessa Quinlan, Molly Ebert, Maree Cribbes and Abbey Quinlan combined brilliantly claiming the final two rubbers in tie breaks to seal a hard fought win over SPD Green.
Uiver Park was untroubled against Forrest Hill.
Good tennis by Michael Pope, Phil Keene, Steve Mooney and Michael Glabbatz saw Forrest Hill Blues with the points from Wodonga Eagles in section 3.
An unbeaten Ian Lewellyn steered Albury Blue to a narrow victory over club mates Gold in another tight encounter with Neil Mitchell best for Gold.
Chris Rokahr was outstanding all afternoon in Wodonga Pirates’ salute over SPD Tigers with the charismatic Tony Grigg best for his team.
SPD Blue and Glenly Gold were too good for Thurgoona Bears and Forrest Hill Saints respectively.
In section four, St Patricks/Diggerville Yellow defeated Scots Gold by a game.
Dylan Rixon and Lachlan Graham sealed the win with a sound doubles rubber at the finish with Thomas Opdam solid early.
William Flahive, Henry Gniel and Skye Sommerville contributed to a fine contest.
Albury Green was well led by Mariana Vieira in their seven game triumph over Wodonga Bears with Jack Lidgerwood in great touch for the losing team.
SPD Green had all the answers in their defeat of Lavington Dragons with Ryley Miller finishing unbeaten for the winners and Molly Dove best for her side.
Other matches saw SPD Gold account for Lavington Phoenix and Wodonga Lions easily over Albury Blue.