The closest match from Saturday pennant action was the section four clash between SPD Gold and Wodonga Crows.
Three sets from Ella McDonnell, with support from Indi Paton and Sofia Oliver, saw Gold claim a one-game triumph, while Josh Larkin was good for Crows.
Wodonga Lions enjoyed a tough battle against Albury-Scots Blues, winning four sets to two.
Harry Hodgkin finished the day unbeaten for the winners, with backup from Oscar Jones and Hayman McCabe, while Will Stevens was best for his team.
SPD Green dropped the opener but nothing more, rolling on to record a straightforward win over Lavington Phoenix, SPD Yellow was too good for Scots Gold, with Wodonga Bears and SPD Purple also victorious.
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Sam Allen was the standout on court in Wangaratta's defeat of ladder leaders SPD Hilfiger in section one men.
Brendon Liddell and Dan Smith also impressed, with Lewis Ahern snaring two sets for Hilfiger.
Mick Reid, Rodney Wurtz and Ben Tari combined well in the doubles in Forrest Hill Cats' four sets to two win over Wodonga Bulldogs.
Lachlan Graetz, Daniel Sutton and Nick Vicary played solid tennis all afternoon to defeat SPD Chill, with Jade Culph battling hard for his team.
In the ladies, Jo Simpfendorfer enjoyed a big day out, steering Thurgoona to a seven-game salute over Forrest Hill.
Jackie Rooke, Fiona Sutton and Alison Barrett also contributed, with Chris Essex in good touch for the losers.
Wodonga Larrikins were convincing winners over Wodonga Aces.
Forrest Hill Galahs overcame a late afternoon deficit to topple Forrest Hill Wombats in the best of section two.
Graham Wurtz, David Lake, Ashley Wurtz and Hayden McIntosh combined brilliantly in the final doubles rubbers to snatch a five sets to three victory, with Peter Murphy and Paul Grover fighting hard for Wombats.
Wodonga Bushrangers also finished strongly to defeat SPD.
Mark Neil, John McVean, Steve O'Connell and Anthony Whitehead claimed the final doubles and the points for Bushrangers.
Sacred Heart Gold kept up last week's momentum, downing Thurgoona Sharks as Zac Smith remained unbeaten for the winners.
In the remaining match, Albury Blue eventually got the better of the close sets and Albury Gold.
SPD White defeated Uiver Park and Glenly took care of Forrest Hill in ladies action.
In section three, a dominant final rubber by Rupert Freeman and Paul Jarvie helped SPD recover from a slow start to get over the line by four games against Wodonga Knights.
A solid team effort by Mick Glabbatz, Phil Keene, Michael Pope and Jack Kelso saw Forrest Hill Blues with the win over Glenly Gold.
Albury Gold survived an early challenge from Wodonga Eagles, Forrest Hill Tigers were too strong for Albury Blue and Thurgoona Wolves defeated Wodonga Pirates.
A classy singles rubber by Billy Butko was key in Albury-Scots Tigers' two-game salute over Scots Orange in the pick of section five.
Forrest Hill Swans were too strong for Albury-Scots Cats, while Forrest Hill Lions and Scots Pink recorded strong victories over Albury-Scots Vixens and Albury-Scots Eagles, respectively.