Victoria's lockdown impacted numbers at Albury Tennis Association's Tuesday women's pennant, but the round was completed.
In section one, Sands defeated Wurtz in a thriller by one game, with Claire Davidson taking out two tight sets.
Sands moved to second position on the ladder, while Bulle remained on top with an impressive win against Bourke.
A close match between Lee and Smith in section two saw the former prevail by three games.
Smith won the first three sets before Lee focused and took the final three sets and the win.
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Aylmore scored a comfortable victory against Scammell, as Sarah King and Kaye Semmler won all their sets for the day.
Section three saw Dihood (4-32) defeat Jones (2-23).
The match was locked at two sets apiece, but Dihood captured the last two rubbers 6-3, 6-4 to win for the day.
Brenda Huckstepp, June Kent, Cecily McHarg and Janvi Shah did enough for Huckstepp to overcome Cannon by two games.
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