Wilby Tennis returned from the Christmas break last weekend with all 8 teams managing to get on the park.
This had been difficult to achieve in the weeks leading up to the break with a number of forfeits taking place.
Tungamah vs Mulwala Maroon Friday night saw Tungamah host Mulwala Maroon and the Men were a very even affair.
Both teams won 3 sets each however it was Mulwala who got over the line by 3 games.
The Tungamah women were once again a stumbling block for the opposition taking a 17 game win and ensuring the home side had a nice buffer going into the mixed.
In the end Tungamah won all 4 mixed sets to take the win 11 sets 84 games 6 points to Mulwala Maroon 5 sets 57 games 2 points.
Telford vs Burramine Telford hosted Burramine in beautiful conditions on the grass on Saturday afternoon.
It was a tight affair all day with the Men going Telford’s way by 6 games 34 to 28 with a lot of close sets.
The Ladies were also very tight with Burramine turning the tables and winning by 1 game 25 to 24.
Captain Jason Bassett must have given Burramine a real rev up before the mixed as they powered home winning 3 out of the 4 sets to take the overall win by 4 games.
Final scores Burramine 8 sets 72 games 6 points to Telford 8 sets 68 games 2 points.
Mulwala Gold vs Wilby Mulwala Gold hosted Wilby on Friday night and the hosts got the job done comfortably.
The Men were very close with Mulwala winning 4 sets to 2 to get up by 4 games.
The Ladies were a different story with the home side taking all 6 sets and only giving up 9 games to take an unassailable lead into the mixed.
Mulwala won 3 out of the 4 mixed sets extending the margin by 10 games.
Final scores Mulwala Gold 13 sets 86 games 8 points to Wilby 3 sets 45 games 0 points.
Savernake vs YLTC YLTC made the long trip over the border to tackle Savernake and with captain John Wright struggling for a side all week it was an unknown how this contest would play out.
His efforts seemed to pay off in the Men as Yarrawonga took all 6 sets to open up a 24 game lead.
The Ladies were a lot closer with Yarrawonga taking 4 of the six sets and getting up by 5 games.
They continued on their winning way in the mixed taking 3 out of the 4 sets 23 games to 12.
Final scores YLTC 13 sets 88 games 8 points to Savernake 3 sets 50 games 0 points.