The section two ladies clash between Uiver Park and Wodonga Rosellas was the standout match from weekend pennant at the Albury Grasscourts.
An unbeaten Jan Dihood was key, with Robyn Jones and Juleen Cannon doing enough in the final rubber to pip Rosellas by one game.
Brenda Huckstepp lent support while Roslyn Frawley, Jorja Anderson, Ava Marcuzzi and Sienna Plested all contributed to a thrilling contest.
A three-set haul from Tracey Parnell saw SPD Green home against Glenly in another entertaining encounter.
Dionne Hartley, Shellie Graham and Mercedes Goss proved serviceable, with Kathryn McAllister best for Glenly.
The remaining match saw Wodonga Doves dominant winners over Forrest Hill.
In the men, Matthew Graham led SPD Black to a hard-fought 12-game victory against Wodonga Raiders.
Dolen Vogel, Connor Bradbury and Shayne Mumberson gave solid back up, with Neil van der Geest, Andrew Lyell, Sam Ebert and Brett Robinson all battling hard for Raiders.
Sacred Heart Green, with Zac Smith, Travis Prater and Chris Mitchell each playing a role, eased past Forrest Hill Blues, with Peter Murphy claiming two sets for the losers.
Sacred Heart Gold had all the answers against Thurgoona Sharks, Forrest Hill Wombats easily accounted for Albury and Wodonga Bushrangers outclassed Forrest Hill Diggers.
Forrest Hill Cats started slowly against Forrest Hill Galahs, before taking control of their section one match.
Rodney and Ken Wurtz, along with David Lake powered home with the final four stanzas to snare the points.
SPD Hilfiger was never in trouble against Forest Hill Blues with Brock Dixon, Andrew Healy and Adib Golshan all in fine form.
Ben Tari and Mal Lieschke claimed a late doubles for Blues.
The final match saw Wodonga Bulldogs had the better of the tight rubbers before closing out a comfortable win against SPD Chill.
In the ladies, Wodonga Dodgers rallied late to nudge past Thurgoona Jade.
Ashleigh Craven, Glenda Martin, Angelica Morse and Dani Coleman lifted in the final two sets to seal a two game triumph, with Jo Simpfendorfer, Jackie Rooke, Alison Barrett, Trish Baldwin gallant in defeat.
Wodonga Larrikins returned to top position after defeating Forrest Hill in a close battle.
Di Larkin was the standout on court, ably supported by Jeane Piergrosse, Kendall Oates and Rhonda Wilson while for The Hill, Sally Bulle, Di Wurtz and Maxine Quinlivan all contributed.
In section three, Darryl Ebery, David Rowe, Henry Parker and Andrew Broughton combined well to see off SPD Blue by just six games, with Hafiz Andrews a three-set winner for his team.
Chris Rokahr was on fire all afternoon in Wodonga Pirates’ 4-2 account of Thurgoona Bears.
He was supported by Rory Carlyle, Paul Tamburini and Simon Farrell, while Rob Saunders was best for Bears.
Robert Gilchrist and Peter McMahon rubber stamped Albury Gold’s salute over Forrest Hill Blues.
Stuart Gadd and Neil Mitchell also played a role with Steve Mooney a two-set winner for Blues.
Wodonga Eagles and Albury Blue were convincing winners over Forrest Hill Saints and SPD Tigers, respectively.
Lavington Phoenix had the better of the close stanzas in their win over Albury Blue in section four.
Jeremy Sinclair, Lucas Karthauser and William Phillips combined well for the winners, while Hugo Leonard was best for Blue.
Lavington Dragons dropped the first rubber but nothing more, motoring forward to claim the points.
Jack Jankauskas, Molly Dove and Daniel Sobolewski teamed together brilliantly, with Reece Filliponi in good touch for Gold.
Wodonga Lions, Albury Green and Wodonga Bears all recorded straightforward wins.
In section five, Scots Pink with Lara Diffey, Ruby Byrt and Harriet Case finding another gear, defeated Scots Sapphires 4-2, with Hannah O’Reilly best for her team.
Will Melvill remained unbeaten in SPD Crows’ 4-2 triumph over Forest Hill Swans, with Sienna McFarlane best for the losers.
SPD Blue rattled off the final three rubbers to claim victory against SPD Red.
Charmaine Mutape finished with three sets and Lily Baranyay with two for Red.
The remaining contest saw Albury Gold with a win over Forrest Hill Galahs.
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