Henty are ready to contest what could be their fifth straight Hume Country Tennis Association premiership this weekend.
The tennis powerhouse are set for a showdown with Burrumbuttock in Jindera on Saturday.
Burrumbuttock captain, Rob Martin, said after being eliminated in preliminary finals the last two years, the club is excited to have a shot at the section one title.
"We're pretty excited, it's been a long time for Burrumbuttock," Martin said.
"Henty have beaten us both times this season, we lost by one game and then by 18 games, so they'll be going in hot favorite.
"But you never know.
"If it's the team we played in the second semi final it could be pretty close.
"I haven't played in many tennis grand finals in my life so I'm pretty excited."
Burrumbuttock hosted the annual Kotzur Silo's Mixed Doubles Tournament on Sunday, with 68 players from across the region competing.
Albury's Alison Tinsworth and Henty player Brendan Lee took out the Open Mixed event against the Burrumbuttock pairing of Brad Schulz and Melissa Mulraney.
The Burrumbuttock duo fought back from 7/4 down to force a tie-breaker, but couldn't hold on.
Other winners from the Burrumbuttock mixed doubles tournament were Simon Kilo and Alison Eaton (section one), John and Alison Seidel (section two), Daniel Moll and Liz O'Grady (section three), Jordan Klemke and Susie Male (section four), as well as James Lindner and Caitlin Klemke (section five).
Lee, Schulz and Mulraney will now clash again this weekend for the Hume Country Tennis Association section one grand final.
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