After a washout the previous week, players enjoyed plenty of sunshine for Albury Tennis Association winter pennant on Saturday.
The standout match was in section four where SPD Purple edged Forrest Hill Lions by two games.
Lara Meagher, Ella McDonell and Charmaine Mutape all played a role, with Connor Mulder finishing unbeaten for the Lions.
Wodonga Bears got past Thurgoona Lions with Eamon Fergus in great touch throughout, claiming three sets as support came from Jordan Tamburini and Brendan Fergus.
Paddy Gallagher and Roy Costello were victorious in singles rubbers for Lions.
The Forrest Hill Eagles outfit of Nick Vicary, Daniel Sutton and Matt Morrow recorded a comfortable victory over Wodonga Bulldogs in their section one encounter, with Rory Carlyle claiming a singles win for his team.
SPD Hilfiger, with Andrew Healy, Lewis Ahern and Rory Parnell firing, toppled Forrest Hill Cats.
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In the ladies, Wodonga Larrikins started well against Lavington Hearts, finishing with a hard-fought 4-2 salute.
Kara Curphy was unbeaten for the winners, with Ava Marcuzzi good for Hearts.
An unbeaten Billy Jones was key in SPD Pink's victory over Walla Walla in an entertaining contest, with Jordyn Hopkins, Taf Mutape and Indi Paton contribuing.
Wodonga Diamonds were too strong for Uiver Park.
Section two men saw SPD, led by Shane Mumberson, Grant Sawyer, Matt Graham and Hayden Jelbart, grab three tight stanzas before accounting for Albury.
Mick Sheils, Gary Graetz, Ross Graetz and Ken Reid combined brilliantly in East Albury Diggers' defeat of Wodonga Bushrangers.
Forrest Hill Galahs saw off Thurgoona Sharks.
Markas Flanagan, Jason Lowe, Ryan and Tim Lowe saw Scots Albury home against Wodonga Pirates in section three.
Glenly Gold navigated early trouble before completing their victory over SPD Black.
Noel Browne, Jason Woodhouse, Damian Carroll and Chris Bale helped Thurgoona Bears defeat SPD Green.
Paul Tamburini and Mark Lidgerwood were unbeaten in Wodonga Knights' triumph over Forrest Hill Blues.