Wodonga Crows claimed a thrilling one game triumph against Albury/Scots Blue in a tight section four pennant battle on Saturday.
Josh Larkin, Daniel Honeychurch and Jordon Tamburini warmed to the task, with Taylor Brown, Nick Lamb and Will Stevens all contributing for Blue.
Ella McDonell was the standout on court in St Patricks/Diggerville Gold's hard fought four sets to two defeat of Albury/Scots Lions.
Indi Paton and Charmaine Mutape lent support, while Alex Fraser, Will Dickins and Piper Harvey battled well for Lions.
Ryley Miller was unbeaten in SPD Yellow's account of club mates Green, with Isaac Street and Ryan Johnston also strong.
Daniel Sobolewski, Lucas Karthauser and Jack Jankauskas played some outstanding tennis in the final two rubbers to steer Lavington Phoenix home against Thurgoona Lions.
After a close opener, Wodonga Lions completed a straight forward victory over Wodonga Bears.
Elsewhere, SPD Purple defeated Scots Gold.
In section one men, Ben Tari was best in Forrest Hill Cats' salute over Wodonga Bushrangers, with Travis Leenaerts in good touch for Wodonga.
SPD Chill had the better of the close stanzas finishing with a win over Forrest Hill Eagles, with Zac Burhop unbeaten for Chill.
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Lewis Ahern, Aaron Breust and Adib Golshan rose to the challenge, with SPD Hilfiger taking the points from Wangaratta.
In the ladies, Kara Curphey collected three sets to ensure Forrest Hill's win over Thurgoona Jade.
The second match saw Wodonga Larrikins easy winners over club mates Aces.
SPD's Gary Graetz and Phil Shanahan claimed early victories before going on to complete a six sets to two triumph over Forrest Hill Wombats in section two.
Wodonga Bushrangers were well led by Anthony Whitehead and John McVean in their team's victory over Wodonga Raiders.
Forrest Hill Galahs had the points early against Albury Blue.
Graham Wurtz, Hayden McIntosh, Ken Wurtz and David Lake combined well, with Sean Pillay and Cameron Scholz good for Albury.
Albury Gold withstood a strong challenge from Thurgoona Sharks.
In the ladies, one sided victories were recorded by Glenly and SPD White.
Wodonga Knights' Wilbur Cribbes and Jazz McNamara did enough in the final rubber to see off Forrest Hill Tigers in section three.
Craig Farrer and James Plested gave excellent service, while Taj Murphy remained unbeaten in his team's loss.
Wodonga Eagles snared four tie breaks to account for Glenly Gold.
Steve Mooney and Mick Glabbatz remained undefeated for the day in Forrest Hill Blues' win against Thurgoona Bears.
Albury Gold was too good for SPD and Albury Blue likewise over Wodonga Pirates.
The standout match in section five saw SPD Orange triumph over Albury/Scots Cats by six games.
Albury/Scots Tigers were victors over Albury/Scots Eagles, while Forrest Hill Lions defeated SPD Black.
Scots Orange downed Albury/Scots Vixens, with Forrest Hill Swans rolling Scots Pink.
Saturday morning junior pennant returns from 9.15am at the Albury Grass Courts.