Albury Tennis Association's summer pennant resumes on Saturday with top-ranked Uiver Park out to continue its good form after a six-week break in its section one men's clash against second-placed Forrest Hill Eagles at the Albury grasscourts.
Uiver Park is the only undefeated side in the competition after it posted four consecutive wins to start, with more than half of the nine rounds played prior to Christmas impacted by weather and rain forecast again on Saturday.
St Patricks/Diggerville Hilfiger do battle with Wodonga Bulldogs, while Wangaratta Crushers host Forrest Hill Cats.
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In section one ladies fixtures, Wodonga Aces take on Thurgoona at home, St Patricks/Diggerville Pink play Wodonga Diamonds, while ladder leaders Wodonga Larrikins host St Patricks/Diggerville Red.
In section two men's matches, second-placed St Patricks/Diggerville Black and Wodonga Bushrangers, who sit third, are sure to produce a close battle, with top side Forrest Hill Galahs against Albury Gold and Sacred Heart to tackle Thurgoona Sharks.
Two matches in Wodonga see third-placed Wodonga Pirates favoured against Wodonga Eagles, with Wodonga Knights to take on Forrest Hill Blues.
Elsewhere, a close contest is ensured between second and fourth-ranked Forrest Hill Tigers and Thurgoona Bears, with table toppers Albury Gold and SPD Green to do battle and SPD White to face Albury Foxes.
Tuesday ladies pennant resumes on February 2 at the grasscourts, with junior Saturday morning coaching to follow on February 6.
The venue hosted the Margaret Court Cup earlier this month.