Country Week couldn't have gone any better for one Border tennis stalwart.
After receiving legendary status at the championships at the start of the week, Wodonga's Sandra Allen went on to claim another Country Week title.
Wodonga Whiskas' Kendall Oates, Jeane Piergrosse, Rhonda Wilson, Kara Curphey, Helen Milton and Allen took out the women's Special B2 competition downing a Corowa team in the final, 3-1 (23-29)
The victory marked the team's seventh Country Week title after surviving the tournament in Wodonga undefeated with one draw.
Allen said reaching the achievement on the team's home courts was an added bonus.
"I said to the girls, I've had a legend's week, it's been great," Allen said.
"It's always a thrill.
"The section that we play in is a high class section, they're all really good teams and players.
"We just have a ball.
"They're such a great group, they all think they're my girls."
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It's not the first time the grand finalists have come across one and other, with the sides often competing against each other in weekend pennant.
"We all know each other, we play each other on a Saturday," Allen said.
"The spirit it was played in was great."
The Wodonga women's team has no plans to call it quits, with plenty more Country Week events still to be contested.
"I'm going until I drop," Allen said.
Several other Border based teams also made Country Week grand finals, just falling shy at the last hurdle.
The Border Warriors played off against Interstate in the Special B2 men's final, with the home side bowing out 0-3.
Albury Crocs put up a good fight against the Leongatha Lumberjacks in a tight tussle, eventually going down 1-2 (24-30).
North East men's team Wangaratta Lime also made it onto the grand final stage, falling to Maffra Sam in straight sets in the B1 competition.
The Albury Rockets qualified for the B2 men's final on Friday, with Mt Prospect Hackers getting the better of them.
The final scoreline reading 3-0 (27-23).
Jindera the Feltons claimed runners-up in the C1 men's final to a Kilmore based team.
The open men's division was taken out by Boosey, with the side defeating the Dubbo Demons 2-0 (21-8).
The Dubbo outfit sent Border hopefuls Wodonga Wicks packing in the semi-finals on Thursday.
In the women's open, the Maryborough Missiles were too strong for the Geelong Mixtures, securing victory 3-0 (24-9).
Country Week will be held in Swan Hill next year.